Who am I? I am Ah Shui la..
Baking is one of my hobbies. Why? Because being too free at home and nothing to do loh.
Since secondary school I started to love baking. I am a "little baking queen" in my family. "Sai Lei" ler...hehe!
Recipe books are my master. I learned from book and it helped me to build up my basic baking skills.
I did take some baking courses after I graduated from college. From there, I gained some professional baking skills.
Now, my cakes are always like my name.. SHUI (beautiful) !! .. hehehehehe ... :)
2. Mix 30g of flour with 100g of egg mixture. Mix well for a smooth texture.
3. Brush a copper mould with oil, heat in a preheated oven at 170C until hot. Pour the mixture into the mould and bake for about 15-20minutes.4. Unmold and store in an airtight container when cooled.Hint: Beat the egg mixture until thick right before adding in flour for a fluffier texture.
During my stay in Japan, I have been visited to many places. And now, let me first start sharing with all of you about the famous Krispy Kreme doughnut in Japan. The time we reached Krispy Kreme shop, not surprisingly, the queue is just like what I expected, very long. Well, no matter how, we just want to try the doughnut. So, let’s queue up! After waiting for about 10 minutes, a freshly fried doughnut was given to everyone of us. Yeh! I got a free doughnut. Hehee…
Free plain icing doughnut
After my first bite, yummy!
While we were waiting there, I took the photos of how the doughnuts were made. To me, that was the most attractive part. Hehe…
First stage, Mixing & Extruding,
Finally, Cooling & Boxing,
Doughnuts with different filling and topping after went through all the processes.
We bought 4 different types of doughnut, they are so delicious. I will try it again when there is a chance.