PappaRoti

The sweet aroma of coffee-crusted bun drew me to the shop when I first visited Warrigal Square. PappaRoti is a new gem in Warrigal Square specialising in only one thing, Malaysian coffee-crusted roti (bun). Seeing the reasonable price tag of $2.20 per bun, I decided to give it a try. The bun was still hot … Continue reading

Schiacciata Con Fragole

This was inspired by yesterday’s Masterclass (MasterChef Australia). After watching Michael Klausen show the contestants how to bake Schiacciata Con L’uva, I decided to try it myself. I replaced grapes with strawberries and called this Schiacciata Con Fragole, meaning ‘with pressed strawberries’. I cheated a bit by using an electric mixer with dough hook attachment … Continue reading

Chocolate Chips and Raisin Brioche

I learnt this from a bread making class during my visit to Montréal, Canada. The class was conducted mainly in French but the teacher was kind enough to send me the recipe in English. I have made this a few times and it has always turned out praiseworthy. The only warning I have is, “Do not … Continue reading

Bread making class at L’École du Pain

One of the highlight of my trip is attending a bread making class. Knowing that Montréal has a strong French influence and the main food is bread, I decided to learn from the expert. Most of the cooking classes I found online are conducted fully in French. After a bit of research, I found a … Continue reading