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Steamed Bao Buns

Steamed Bao Buns

Do you know Steamed Bao Buns? It was actually my first attempt of making Steamed Bao Buns. I must say that the recipe does not achieve the softest and fluffiest bao buns as I expected. A little of adjustment is needed to make them fluffier, but…

Korean Rice Cakes with Honey

Korean Rice Cakes with Honey

Korean Rice Cakes with Honey is basically the simplest dish ever with only three ingredients. In this version, the chewy rice cakes are seared with butter until the outsides are crisp before drizzling them honey. And while the sesame seeds topping is optional, I totally…

Curry Bread

Curry Bread

As the name implies, Curry Bread is literally a bread filled with Japanese curry. The golden crust is crispy and chewy inside from the deep-frying. Meanwhile, the savory filling is rich, flavorful, and fulfilling. If you are a Japanese curry lover, you should make this delicious bread at home. Continue reading Curry Bread

Walnut Stuffed Red Dates

Walnut Stuffed Red Dates

Walnut Stuffed Red Dates are one of popular snacks in China. They are very easy to make with two ingredients only, which are dried red dates and walnuts. All you need to do is to toast the walnuts, stuff them into split red dates, and…

Crispy Fried Chicken Tenders

Crispy Fried Chicken Tenders

Who does not love fried chicken? I think fried chicken is everyone’s favorite guilty pleasure, unless you are a vegan. There is obviously nothing like biting into a piece of well-fried chicken. Let me tell you the good news that I have found the right…

Almond Miso Oatmeal Cookies

Almond Miso Oatmeal Cookies

Miso and cookies are probably two things you would have never thought to put together. It might sound like a weird combination, but these Almond Miso Oatmeal Cookies can be a proof that they can go well together. These cookies come out crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside, with salty and nutty flavor addition from white miso paste. These cookies definitely tastes like a cross between miso soup and salted caramel in a good way since I use some light brown sugar to give the caramel flavor. Continue reading Almond Miso Oatmeal Cookies

Almond White Chocolate Matcha Cookies

Almond White Chocolate Matcha Cookies

We are back again with another matcha recipe since I have restocked my pantry from my latest trip to Japan. Since Christmas is coming, I decided to make these cookies to fit the occasion. These decadent Almond White Chocolate Matcha Cookies are simply irresistible. I…

Tuna Mayo Onigiri

Tuna Mayo Onigiri

Tuna Mayo Onigiri are simply a delicious triangular-shaped rice balls with tuna and mayonnaise filling and nori sheet strip. They are very easy to make and very versatile for lunches or even picnic food In addition, Tuna Mayo Onigiri are very fun to make. I…

Naoshima: A Paradise For Architects [3/3]

Naoshima: A Paradise For Architects [3/3]

This post is the continuation of previously Naoshima: A Paradise of Architects [2/3]. Continue reading Naoshima: A Paradise For Architects [3/3]

Naoshima: A Paradise For Architects [2/3]

Naoshima: A Paradise For Architects [2/3]

This post is the continuation of previously Naoshima: A Paradise of Architects [1/3].

Naoshima: A Paradise For Architects [1/3]

Naoshima: A Paradise For Architects [1/3]

Although it has been more than a month since I traveled to Japan, it feels like it was just yesterday. All the memories are still fresh in my head, especially the ones in Naohima and Teshima Islands, which are the highlight of the trip. This…

Teshima: The Island of Arts [2/2]

Teshima: The Island of Arts [2/2]

This post is the continuation of previously Teshima, The Island of Arts [1/2]. Continue reading Teshima: The Island of Arts [2/2]