Pan de SOY

Have you ever imagined of mixing soy sauce to your bread dough? Well, I did and I love the result! As a pan de sal lover, I recommend that you try this as well. This recipe is derived from our famous Pan de Sal. Instead of using sal or salt, I substituted it with the … Continue reading Pan de SOY

Spanish Bread

Spanish bread is another panaderya classic that I really love through the years and I am happy to share with you this personally tested recipe for you also to make at home. I hope that you will enjoy the end product as much as I do! πŸ™‚ Ingredients: Dough 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour + … Continue reading Spanish Bread

Peanut Butter Cups Ice Cream

Do you love peanut butter, ice cream, and coffee like me? Well, this homemade ice cream recipe is for all of us! πŸ™‚ I would like to say thank you to @elmerkadito.si (https://www.instagram.com/elmerkadito.si/) for sponsoring this recipe. They specialize in offering popular products from Mexico, South America, and the U.S. You can visit their web … Continue reading Peanut Butter Cups Ice Cream

Homemade Salted Eggs

Description Salted eggs are preserved eggs done by soaking them in a mixture of clay and salt for a period of time. Salted eggs are usually made using ducks eggs however due to availability constraints of duck eggs here in Slovenia, I have decided to use chicken eggs instead. This is the second time that … Continue reading Homemade Salted Eggs

Ube & Cream Cheese Ice Cream

Description Guess what? You only need 5 simple ingredients for this soft and silky homemade ice cream and you don't need any fancy machine. You can do this even with your trusty wire whisk! Ingredients 200 grams whipping cream, full fat 170 grams sweetened condensed milk15 grams ube powder60 grams cream cheese, cut into pieces … Continue reading Ube & Cream Cheese Ice Cream

Pan de Sal Recipe

There are tons of Pan de Sal recipes out there and ingredients are pretty the same. I have been testing and experimenting several recipes I found online for the past few months and from there, I have developed and mastered my own technique.  The below recipe has been personally tested as well and I guarantee … Continue reading Pan de Sal Recipe

Camote-Ube Jam

Description Ube Jam is a well-loved Pinoy spread. But for us living abroad, it may be a little challenging to find a good quality ube jam or to find the real ube (purple yam) to make our own. To solve this problem, I have decided to make a little experiment exactly a month ago. Using … Continue reading Camote-Ube Jam

Red Velvet Cupcake

This is an adapted version from the famous Red Velvet Cupcake of Cupcake Jemma (https://www.instagram.com/crumbsanddoilies/) and loving it! This has become a new favorite here at home. I am sure that you will like this too! πŸ™‚ Yield: 12 pieces regular size cupcakes Ingredients 118 grams all-purpose flour7 grams cocoa powder118 grams fine sugarΒΌ teaspoon … Continue reading Red Velvet Cupcake

”Berry” Pavlova

Introduction I am a fan of Mary Berry and tried several times her Pavlova Recipe already. Now, this is another inspired recipe from her. Thank you, Mary! You want a little more show stopper? When making this Pavlova, I used the Conical Enamel bowl from Emalco Enamelware Love collection. (https://emalcoshop.com/collections/love) From baking then to serving. … Continue reading ”Berry” Pavlova

Creamy Leche Flan

Leche Flan has been a favorite ''fiesta dessert'' during my childhood days - fun fact, we don't actually do or make it in our town. We can only taste it during the fiesta celebration in the city where we usually visit our relatives few summers back then. There was one leche flan I tried that … Continue reading Creamy Leche Flan