Hong Kong style fresh milk egg tarts

Egg tarts are one of the signature local treats in Hong Kong.  Egg tarts are made in two different kids of shells in general, either cookie shell or puff pastry shell.  I personally prefer the butter cookie shell for its crispiness and here it is to share my way of making this delicious egg tart….

Macaron

  There are two ways of making macaron – Italian or French method.  The two methods both uses the same ingredients including egg whites, almond meal and confectionery sugar, the only difference is italian’s method would require to make a syrup and the procedure between the two methods also differ.  Some people suggested that italian…

Japanese soufflé pancake

| Japanese soufflé pancake | I still haven’t gotten the chance to try the real Japanese soufflé cpancake and just couldn’t wait to try making it my own! There are several ways and ingredients that I have googled and I found this Chinese recipe that is very similar to the cake recipe I always use: …

Natural French macarons

|nature collection macaron| most people love macarons for its rainbow colour, but i wanted to try something different recently. i call this my nature collection, with no food colour, extracts or any forms of flavour and using only the original ingredients to achieve the accent flavour of its own – vietnamnese coffee powder cà phê…

French Toast

  |French toast| This is one of the most popular HK style afternoon tea items apart from the pineapple bun with butter, and definitely this is a lot easier to make on your own. First you will need a piece of thick sandwich bread, preferably purchase the ones from asian bakery for softer texture. then…