I am a full-time working mum to 2 boys. I really enjoy baking and cooking and it feels so satisfying when my family enjoys my baking and cooking.
Looks really good for tea break and dessert!
Hi, can I have the recipe for this? It looks really tasty!
I have posted a recipe for this and the link is here http://bakingmum.blogspot.com/2007/08/lotus-paste-jelly-mooncake.html
hi Leelee,i adore the look of this yam moonies. 1. my favourite color2. my favourite yamkudos.cheers.yan
Hi Baking MumYour moon cakes are so tempting and beautiful. Many thanks for posting such great recipes. Your recipes are simple to follow and they all turn our great. I did the fried tung hoon for one of my gatherings and it was so well received with guests asking for the recipe. I printed it out and made copies for them. They tried and their family embers like it so much. Thank you once again!CheersFlo
Hi, Lee!Your moon cakes looks lovely!
Hi, can you post the recipe for your yam paste thanks alot
Yo, Lee! I had decided not to make mooncakes this year. But seeing yours make my hands itch again!
Hi...Can u pls email yr recipe to make the Yam Paste for me???As the link u post, it is for Lotus Paste..but i would like to make Yam Flavour for my parent in this year mooncake festival..(this is my 1st try to make Mooncake) Thanks alot... :) My email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Yvonne, to make the yam paste. First steam the yam until it is soft. Mashed up the yam and put it into a mixer with a k-beater attached. Mixed the yam with enough sugar to your liking, you can taste the yam for the sweetness. If your yam is too dry at this point, you can add some oil to it and continue to mix. Yam will be ready to be used when it has become a paste.
Thanks alot... Happy Mid-Autumn Festival!
OH! i miss those jelly mooncakes ; ( Ah Leng
These are just beautiful! So detailed. I am definitely impressed, although I've never heard of a yam mooncake. Interesting.-SylviaPadrons
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