Category Archives: Desserts and Pastries

Golden Biscuit

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This dish is always a hit at breakfast time. My son loves this biscuit very much that he can eat 3 or 4 biscuits at one go. It is very simple and easy to make. View more

Goreng Pisang (Fried Banana Fritters)

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Goreng Pisang literally translated “Goreng is Fried” “Pisang is Banana”, so add it up “Fried Banana”. It is a very popular and common snack in the marketplace at street stores or food courts in Southeast Asian countries View more

Pear Blueberry Crisps

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In the summer, the blueberry were so plentiful and reasonably price; I brought some to freeze for wintertime or springtime. I was having some guests to come over View more

Cranberry Pear & Ginger Candy Pie

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It is holiday season time and I am inviting some closest friends to come over to celebrate the occasion. I decided to made an open-face pie for my friends to enjoy, View more

Cranberry & Cream Cheese Cookies

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These cookies are also specially made for the holidays season. I did baked these for the family and also for relatives and friends. View more

Blueberry Cookies

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As I have mentioned before that I freeze blueberries when I got them during the summertime for the wintertime to use.  I am glad that I can use them View more

Marishia’s Rustic Mango Tart

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A couple of days ago I brought four large mangos from Mexico for my husband to enjoy but the mangos turned out to be too fibrous. So I decided to use them to make fruit pie. It turned out well. It is so easy to make. Give it a try. View more

Sesame Seeds Ball with Mung Bean Paste

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This is a very famous Chinese dessert and often serve as a dim sum dessert. It is very easy to make but if you are not a lover of fried food then it might View more

Pandan Ku Kueh with Coconut

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This unique kueh (cake) is recreated. It origin of this kueh is called Ang Ku Kueh (literally translated as Red Tortise Cake) and filled with mashed mung bean paste.  I wanted this kueh to be different View more

Pie Shell

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MAKES 4-5 CRUSTS
INGREDIENTS

PASTRY

4 cups flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 egg
1 tablespoon lemon juice View more