Archive for Elra’s Baking

Green Tea Chiffon Cake Serve With Mascarpone And Crushed Berries

Have any of you watched Judy Joo Easy Korean Cooking? Well, I do. I really like her approach on how to make Korean cooking accessible for someone like me.  I recorded all of her episodes on that show so I…

Olive Oil Brioche. Another excellent recipe from Tartine Bread Book

Here is another delicious recipe from Tartine Bread book. Brioche using olive oil instead of butter. I have finally made it and really loving it. Though I would normally love the traditional brioche with its buttery taste, this olive oil…

Pandan Chiffon Cake (SE Asian Style Chiffon Cake with Pandan Leaves and Coconut Milk)

End of August 2015. I was going to say, time flies but then it sounded too cliche, right? So, let me just say that I am pretty excited to welcome autumn season. I am so tired of the hot summer…

Lemon Madelines with Lemon Glazed

Happy  Spring everyone!
Where did time goes? All promises I made to myself that I would post at least a recipe a month is never happening up to now. What is going on?

Even though my daily routine is actually remain unchanged,…

Torta de Naranja y Masa Filo (Orange Cake using Filo Dough)

I love everything citrusy for dessert, cake, or for savory dishes. Since Navel Orange is in season at the moment, I couldn’t resist to buy some. This time I bought Texas Navel orange for its sweetness, higher juice content and…

Easy to make Soft Pretzel

I have been taking many food pictures  with my cell phone lately, they are okay, but can be quite handy and quick  when I want to share them with friends and family on Facebook. This soft pretzel picture is one…

Spinach Fatayer using Puff Pastry

Originally, I was going to make the pastry dough from scratch, but changed my mind since  I already have puff pastry thawed in my fridge. My puff pastry came from the store, and they are pretty good. If you make…

Pan Preñao (Spanish Pregnant Bread)

I introduced with pan prenao for the first time when my sister’s boyfriend (He is Basque) came and stayed with us for a few weeks in California. He asked me if I knew what “torto” was? Of course I didn’t,…

Cherry, Milk Chocolate, and Coconut Milk Scones With Lemony Sugar Topping

I love scones, I love it more then muffins. Funny that I don’t really make it that often, even though I kept on dreaming to eat some warm scones every weekend. This week for example, instead of making a nice…

Strawberry, Vanilla, and olive oil Bread. Moreish, quick, and Easy to Make.

Breakfast on the weekend couldn’t be more delicious then this. The fragrant and sweet fresh strawberries perfumed the morning air, making even the laziest sunday comes to live. The flavor combination is exciting, not just boring sweet, since most berries…

Vietnamese Baguette

I have been really curious about Vietnamese baguette for such a long time. I phoned my Vietnamese friend who happen to be a very good cook, and asked where I can get it. After a few discussion, we decided to…

Dairy Free Chocolate Pavlova For Passover Dessert

Passover is just around the corner, as always I get too excited about it. My head is full of an idea what kind of fish dishes I want make (for some reason, I always assigned to make fish), also what…

David lebovitz’s Tarte au Citron (Lemon Tart)

When I first discovered lemon tart recipe in my French cooking book, I though that was the best lemon tart ever. Not that I never seen another lemon tart recipes afterward, it just I have the tendency to stick to…

Sweet Potato and Chocolate Yeasted Doughnuts

Making your own doughnut is not difficult, but most people (including me) wouldn’t bother of making it  at home. Unless, if you want a specific doughnut rarely seen at your local doughnut store. This week, I have been longing for…

Baguette

I can make a descent and delicious bread, I even think (now) that my shaping and scoring skill are improving. But, baguette is different story. I am not talking about the actual recipe, because they are so many delicious recipes…