I do want to wish all of u a happy mid autumn festival - enjoy your mooncakes feast :)
To be honest, I never involve in mid autumn festival, but I can never resist to indulge in mooncakes during this period of time
Just like last year, I bought the same mooncakes from East Ocean - yum!
Really eager to try out the baked custard moonies from Peninsula Hotel and Raffles Hotel, but decided to give them a miss, way out of budget :)
Quite reluctant when I found out about this month AB event - I did try to make snowskin mooncakes a few years back and failed miserably, but it doesn't mean I will not participate
Still pretty busy with domestic stuff, but I'll have some free time this week onwards, so unlike others who might stop making mooncakes, I will start making only this week haha...
Can you believe it, I only finished buying the ingredients yesterday :D
So, please wait for my mooncakes postings til the end of this month - keep my fingers and toes crossed
Wish me luck! :)
Well, now the breakfast...
I occassionally make this brekkie for a change
I believe I got this simple recipe from a food blogger many years back, way before I have my own blog, I can't remember her blog name
What you need:
(for 1 toast)
2 slices of white bread
1 cheese sliced
butter, salt, sugar
Heat butter on a non stick pan, fry the egg with a dash of salt, put 1 slice of bread (I put beside the egg), put the egg on top of the bread and wait for a while (around 30seconds til the bottom part is browned)
Trasnfer on the serving plate
Add a little more butter on the pan, put the other slice of bread, put sliced cheese on top and sprinkle with sugar, wait for another 30seconds til the bottom part is also browned
Transfer to the serving plate by flipping it upside down (cheese facing down) and quickly put on top of the toast with egg
Gently press the toast and enjoy your breakfast immediately while it's still hot with a cup of hot brewed coffee
What a morning! :)