This braided red bean milk bread has the softest, fluffiest dough ever! And the most surprising part is that it uses a regular dough rather than a gelatinized one! I do love using the tangzhong method to make my bread because it keeps the moisture in the bread for days after the initial bake but […]
It has been the longest time since I’ve posted a recipe and I am ever so sorry for doing such. I’ve recently returned to Vancouver after my year abroad in Taiwan and settling back in has taken the longest time. But now I’m back and ready to get back to my usual Monday, Wednesday, Friday […]
This Matcha swirl milk bread is unlike any other because it has Matcha spread swirled into the middle! The Matcha swirl adds a nice earthy flavor to the loaf without being overpowering it or adding too much Matcha flavor. If you don’t care for Matcha, use vanilla extract or cacao powder in the condensed milk […]
This fluffy raisin bread has a special cookie topping to give it a unique twist. This cookie topping is typically used on Hong Kong style pineapple buns (bolo bao) or Japanese melon bread but I love it so much that I decided to try using it on a regular loaf!
These gluten free black sesame cookies are soft, chewy and nutty all at the same time. They’re perfect with a cup of tea but I like it best with a glass of coconut milk.
These matcha black sesame swirl buns are super soft as a result of using an Asian milk bread dough for it’s base. The nuttiness of the black sesame paste on the inside pairs well with the earthy matcha and is wonderful enjoyed with a cup of tea or latte. Topping it with icing is definitely […]
This Asian milk bread or Japanese Hokkaido milk bread will be the fluffiest bread you will ever have. It has a secret weapon ingredient that keeps it soft for days and it will without a doubt, become your favorite go-to bread recipe! Whenever I make bread and post pictures of it on Instagram, I always […]
Lunar new year is among us and one of my FAVORITE things to have this time of year is nian gao or new year cake. It’s made out of glutinous rice flour so the texture of the cake is both sticky and chewy, resembling mochi which makes it super fun to eat as well.