Matcha Green Tea Macarons with Chocolate Ganache

I’ve heard so much about how difficult it is to make macarons, as a baking enthusiast, I’ve set out to tackle this baking mission. 🙂 It started out, of course, unsuccessful, I wanted to strangle the person who invented this evil dessert (just kidding). At my fifth attempt, they finally look like good macarons. IfRead more

Xoxolat Chocolate 101

As we can see, cocoa is planted mainly in Africa, Mexico, and South America. There are soooo many kinds of chocolates that I didn’t know about. That was what I learned from this class. Xoxolat (pronounced sho.sho.la) is a specialty chocolate store that carries the a wide variety of imported chocolates as well as chocolatesRead more

Chocolate Crème Caramel

Continuing my Japanese recipe of mini doughnuts, this is also a Japanese recipe which also happens to be chocolate. In Japan they call it “pu-rin” for pudding, but it is more like a custard. I found this recipe from a Japanese website called “Kyou-no-ryouri” which means “Cooking Today”. It is also a cooking TV showRead more

Baked Mini Double Chocolate Doughnuts

I bought a mini doughnut pan last year during a trip to Japan from Muji (a large chain retail store). It looked too cute I had to buy it – that is what usually happens when I shop in Japan. A little recipe booklet was also included with the silicone pan. So I decided toRead more

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