Tag: matcha

Baking Recipes, Doughnuts & Fried pastries, My Comfort Food, The Breakfast Bin

Baked Matcha Doughnuts for my Japan Hangover

A week ago I took a trip with my Dad to the land of the rising sun and I flew back just this weekend. And I already really REALLY want to go back. I’ve honestly never felt such a profound urge to go back to any country I’ve just recently visited before this one, but I guess I …

Baking Recipes, My Favourite Ingredients, Simple cakes

In search of happy inducers at the moment

It’s been a while since I’ve felt as stressed as I have been in the last few days. I wish I could just chill out and detach myself from work like most normal people do, but one of my greatest flaws has always been being too absorbed in all the things I do. Regardless of whether I …

Baking Recipes, David Lebovitz, From the books, Frozen treats, I scream for ice cream (I do), My Comfort Food, My Favourite Ingredients, My favourite things

Some much needed zen and ice cream

I think I’m beginning to fall hard for matcha. I went on a holiday to Hong Kong recently and I managed to get a taste of various matcha-flavoured food throughout. With the Matcha Espressos and Matcha Panna Cottas I enjoyed, it’s safe to say that Hong Kong has discovered the magic of this wonderful green …

Baking Recipes, Cookies, From the books, J'adore macarons, My favourite things

Into the macaron bandwagon, and I don’t want to get out

Macarons are probably one of the easiest things a person can fall in love with. The endless possibilities in shell and filling combinations is mind-blowing, and whatever combination in colour and flavour one chooses, the results will almost always be a guaranteed winner. I mean just look at how adorable these things are! Making macarons …

Asian cooking, Baking Recipes, Bread-making, The Breakfast Bin, Yeasted breads

Hi chocolate, it’s nice to matcha!

Did I really just write that title? I’m sorry. So I finally managed to track down some matcha powder some weeks ago, and unfortunately it’s not the sort I’m looking for. It seems like a really mild type of matcha. From what I’ve been seeing in photos, the concentrated one has a greener hue; and …