Thursday, September 10, 2009

Bread for Breakfast

The children requested for bread for their breakfast tomorrow. Since I did not buy bread from the shop outside I obliged them by making them their favourite sausage and cheese bread. I have also made some custard buns for my office colleagues. My aunty gave me some hae bee hiam so I have made some buns with hae bee hiam fillings also. Initially when I made the long and the round sausage bread, I had wanted to coat it with some pork floss. But since the cheddar cheese on top is good enough for the kids, I did not add the pork floss in the end.


13 comments:

Jan Lew said...

wow!!! look so nice!!

Kitchen Corner said...

All the buns look very yummy! It makes me very hungry now!

wenn said...

wow, delicious..I'm hungry lo..

Grace said...

baking mum, could you please share how did you do your custard? It looks really good! Thanks.

Hugbear said...

Grace, very simple. Just need to get from Phoon Huat the instant custard powder. Just add milk to the powder and whip until it forms into a custard. You can use it immediately. No need to add sugar or anything else.

tracieMoo said...

The buns filled with custard looks really tempting!

Little Corner of Mine said...

LeeLee, you are such a great and hardworking mom. I do love homemade sweet buns.

My Asian Kitchen said...

your bun always look good!!

Hugbear said...

Thanks My Asian Kitchen.

Anonymous said...

Hi baking mum

Do you conduct lesson on baking bread ?

Tibits1

Hugbear said...

Tibits1, not yet. The next lesson I am thinking of conducting may be dim sum class.

Anonymous said...

Hi Hugbear,

How did you cut the sausage bun, so nice.

anonymous

Regina said...

Hi Baking Mum,

Is the instant custard powder from Phoon Huat the same as Bird's Eye brand custard powder? Because I dont stay in Singapore and they only have Bird's eye brand custard powder here. Please advise. Thanks.

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