Monday, November 3, 2008
Pretty informative site.... what's more there's lots of video demonstrations to teach you step-by-step. Here's a pic for you to drool on...
(Sorry, can't seem to find the link where I got the recipe from.)
Saturday, June 7, 2008
Made these lovely muffins for my entire office last week.
Couldn't believe I baked close to 100 over Banana-Walnut muffins and brought it all to office for everyone's breakfast. And I must say, I was pleased with the results. Unfortunately, I was too busy with the baking and packing that I didn't have the time to take a good shot of all my hardwork... But it was all done in good fun. I loved the texture of it... I kept it for almost 3 days and it still remained moist and fluffy. I just love it how my bakes remain as good as if it just came out fresh from the oven.
I have people ordering the muffins from me now :)
Sunday, April 13, 2008
It's been almost a year since I've graduated from University and now, getting almost used to the mundaneness of the working corporate lifestyle.
Out of sheer boredom today, pulled out all of my cooking equipments and once again - The Novice Baker is back!
Here's sharing my love to all my lovely readers: My family's choco-chip cookie recipe is out! Enjoy.
I miss baking... :)
130g brown sugar
3 tbsp golden syrup
300g self-raising flour
180g Chopped Almond
100g Chocolate Chip
2 tsp vanilla essence
1. Preheat oven @ 150 degrees celcius
2. Soften butter. Add sugar and beat in till light brown.
3. Add the eggs, vanilla essence, golden syrup and beat well.
4. Add the flour and mix well to form stiff dough.
5. Add the chopped almond and chocolate chips.
6. Roll mixture into small balls. Place on baking tin allowing room for cookies to expand.
7. Bake at 150-deg (middle shelf) for 20-25 minutes till light brown.