Cooking Recipe

7th Feb 2017, by Rebecca, filed in Cooking Recipe
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After so many years, I have decided to make again…


3 eggs
280g white sugar
300g cake flour
100 ml of Sprite

1. Beat the eggs and sugar using a stand mixer (under high speed) until light and pale (about 15 mins)

2. Sift in the cake flour in 3 stages using a spatula to fold lightly and swiftly until well combined. Add in 1/3 of the Sprite and fold until well combined. Do the same for the other 2/3 of the flour and Sprite

3. Transfer the batter to a pre-heated bamboo basket lined with cellophane sheet or baking paper. Fill the batter until the brim of the basket.

4. Steam in a steamer at high heat for at least 30 minutes




7th Apr 2012, by Rebecca, filed in Cooking Recipe
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Made my first Mango Cheese Cake for Keegan’s birthday celebration at Ah Ma’s house. 

Followed the recipe from The Munch Ministry, link as below:

I was happy that the Gohs gave me a thumb up for the cake, especially Nigel.  He commented : “C Cim, next time my birthday, no need to buy cake, you made can already! Very nice.”

16th Feb 2012, by Rebecca, filed in Cooking Recipe
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Wonder what to do with the leftover cornflakes from making cornflake cookies.

Thought of honey cornflakes and found the recipe from the internet.


90g butter
1/3 cup of sugar
1 tablespoon honey
4 cups of kellogg’s cornflakes

1) Melt butter, sugar & honey together in a pot
2) Add cornflakes and mix well
3) Place into small paper patty cases
4) Bake at 150 °C for 10 mins

5th Jan 2012, by Rebecca, filed in Cooking Recipe
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Decided to try making my own pineapple tarts as my usual supplier is not making for sales this year.

With the help of the recipe and video found on the website, my pineapple tarts turns out to be nice and tasty.

Pineapple filing: bought from Phoon Huat, brand RedMan. I reheated the pineapple jam with some sugar.

350g plain flour
50g corn flour
250g of unsalted butter
50g icing sugar
2 egg yolks
1 egg yolk for glazing
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 vanilla essence

1) roll the pineapple jam filling into oval shape balls and set aside on a plate.

2) sift the plain flour and corn flour.

3) using a electric mixer cream butter and sugar together until light. Beat in egg yolks one at a time until well combined.  Add vanilla essence and salt till fluffy.

4) fold in sifted plain flour and corn flour and mix to form a dough.

5) roll a tablespoon of dough into a 5 – 7 cm long tube in your palm then gently press down with the index finger to flatten the dough into a oblong shape.

6) place the rolled-out pineapple jam ball on the edge of the strip and roll the dough to wrap around it to form a small elongated roll.  Place the roll on a greased baking tray.

7) preheat oven at 180 degree for 10 mins.  Use a fork and draw lines on top of the tarts.  Brush the rolls with beaten egg yolk.  Bake in the oven for 15 mins or until golden brown.

8) cool on wire racks before storing in a airtight jar.

8th Nov 2011, by Rebecca, filed in Cooking Recipe
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Seeing so many yummy posts of muah chee by Happycall users in Facebook, I was tempted to make it too. Today, I tried and it was successful.

When I was about to start, Keegan wanted me to sing “Tell Me”, just like the advertisement. I did it and both Meredith & Keegan laughed, seeing them so happy, I don’t mind acceding their “special” requests.

150g of glutinous rice flour
180ml of water

Mix all ingredients well (watery paste)

Peanut coating
Ready packet from NTUC or Buy from Bee Chian Kueh store

1. Grease pan with shallot oil
2. Pour in paste and cook on very low heat for about 3 mins
3. Once it has been set, roll together to form a lump using a fork to flick up the side and roll together
4. Toss around for a while to ensure completely cooked
5. Remove and put onto peanut coating, cut to desire size

19th Aug 2011, by Rebecca, filed in Cooking Recipe
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2nd try making egg tarts after seeing Laura’s photo in Facebook. 

Glad that they turned out to be tasty as endorsed by Eugene, Meredith, Sean and my mother-in-law.  However, still got to work on the egg to make it more tasty. 


150g flour
2 tablespoon cornflour
1/4 tsp salt
1 egg yolk
100g butter

1) Mix butter to the flour and cornflour follow by salt
2) Add yolk egg
3) Knead it into a dough
4) Press the pastry into the moulds gently using your two thumbs.  Try not to have a thick pastry bottom.
5) Pook holes into the pastry using a fork

Egg filing
2 eggs
1 tablespoon condensed milk
a pinch salt
100ml evaporate milk
200ml water
2 tablespoon sugar
1/2 tsp vanilla extract

6) Melt water and sugar together
7) Add condensed & evaporate milk, vanilla extract, salt and eggs, beat and mix well
8) Sieve the mixture two times to get a smooth egg filling
9) Pour the egg filling into the pastry moulds
10) Bake it in the oven at 160 degrees celcius for 15-20 minutes.

30th Jan 2011, by Rebecca, filed in Cooking Recipe
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1) 10 eggs
2) 600g sugar
3) 600g plain flour, seived
4) 1 can of 7 up or Fanta orange
5) a pinch of sugar for sprinkle


1) Beat the eggs with the sugar till white
2) Add flour and 7up, continue to beat for another 15 mins
3) Pour mixture into a mould
4) Sprinkle some sugar on top of the mixture, make a cross “big X”
5) Steam for about 45 mins to an hour.

27th Jan 2011, by Rebecca, filed in Cooking Recipe
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1) Half yam chopped into cubes
2) Half bowl of dried shrimps, soak in the water till soft
3) Half bowl of small onions, chopped finely
4) Half bowl of mushroom, soak till soft then cut into slices
5) 1 packet of rice flour
6) 8 bowls of water
7) 2 – 3 teaspoon of salt
8) A pinch of MSG


1) Fry the small onion till fragrant, add in the dried shrimp, mushroom, yam, MSG and salt. 
2) Fry till fragrant, add 4 bowls of water.  Cover the wok and let it boil.
3) Mix 4 bowls of water with a packet of the rice flour till smooth texture
4) Add the mixture into the wok and keep stirring to prevent it from drying.  Once the mixture is a little sticky, off fire and pour into the mould.
5) Steam for about 45 mins to an hour.

21st Aug 2010, by Rebecca, filed in Cooking Recipe
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125ml water
50g  butter
pinch of sugar
60g flour
2 large eggs

Preheat oven to 190deg

1. Over small fire, bring to boil the water, butter and sugar
2. Add sugar & flour. Mix it all up with a wooden spoon till it’s like mashed potatoes.   It should not be sticking on the pan 
3. Let it cool for 5mins.
4. Use a beater on medium, add the eggs one at a time. 
5. Scoop the sticky mix into a piping bag, pipe them into circles the diameter of your choice.
6. Bake at 190 degree  for 10mins (or when puff turns brown)
7. Remove from oven and mmediately poke every puff with a stick or else the puffs will deflate.
8. Put durian filling and serve.

13th Aug 2010, by Rebecca, filed in Cooking Recipe
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120g butter
120g caster sugar
120g self-raising flour
2 beaten eggs
1/2 teaspoon vanilla essence
chocolate chips, rainbows rice, etc.

Small or Medium sized paper cases

1) Preheat oven at 180 degrees celsius for 10 minutes
2) Sift flour into a bowl and set aside
3) Cut butter into cubes and cream together with sugar in an electric mixer till light and creamy
4) Add eggs and vanilla essence
5) Add flour gradually
6) Arrange paper cases into muffin tray
7) Sprinkle chocolate chips, rainbows rains etc. onto the mixture.
8) Bake for 10 to 15 minutes till golden brown.