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 […]
This matcha red bean swirl loaf is pillowy soft and the sweetness of the red bean paste compliments the earthiness of the matcha perfectly. It’s one of our household favorites and I hope it will become one of yours as well!
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.
This loaf takes a Japanese spin on the cinnamon raisin swirl loaf we all know and love. The bread is light and fluffy soft with a hint of sweetness from the red bean paste and is definitely one of the favorites in my household and hopefully yours as well!
Ahhh, it’s that time again. Matcha time. Every now and then I go mad for matcha. I need it, I want it, and I crave it in any shape or form. But as much as I love my matcha white chocolate cookies, matcha chia pudding, matcha redbean rolls, and matcha redbean buns, I was just […]
Out of all the cookies I have ever made, these ones get requested from me the most. So, it’s only fair for me to assume that these cookies are by far one of the BEST cookies I have ever made in my life. I know I say that at the beginning of almost every single […]
Mochi madness (mochi nutella muffins, mochi bread, mochi blueberry cakes, sesame seed balls, mochi balls)By eatmunchlove on September 10, 2014
Lil’ bun and I are obsessed with the chewy texture glutinous rice flour gives baked goods so we decided to make a bunch of treats that used that type of flour and compile it into a blog post! These recipes aren’t our own and we found them all online so here’s how ours turned out […]
It’s been a while since lil’ bun and I have made Asian inspired delights so we figured that it was about time to make traditional steamed buns. We ventured into one of mother deer’s recipe books for this recipe and even though we never made steamed buns before, we actually found the dough to be […]