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Foolproof Ombré Taro Purée

Foolproof taro puree

I made a simple and foolproof Ombré Taro Purée with my leftover taro and ube (purple yam). This recipe uses only four simple ingredients, and it will transform into 4 different shades of purple-colored Taro Purée. There is no food coloring or preservatives, with minimal sugar. This pairs well with toast, or even milk and yogurt.

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Mini Coffee & Matcha Roti Buns - pigoutyvr

Mini Coffee & Matcha Roti Buns

I am burning through my butter like crazy for the past two weeks because of these amazing, delicious Coffee & Matcha Roti Buns. I was surprised by how easy it is to make them. The only key here is to ensure buns to be fluffy and airy and a perfect coating that covers the entire bun. I also made some Matcha Butter as fillings for the matcha buns.

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Hojicha Mochi Cookies - pigoutyvr

Hojicha Mochi Cookies

After Dalgona Coffee, Mochi Cookies become the latest trend. So I decided to go ahead and try making Hojicha Mochi Cookies, garnished with chocolate chips and sea salt on top. Mochi cookies are a popular snack/souvenir in Korea, so I hope this homemade version can make you feel like a vacation in Korea again. I normally like my cookies with a crisp edge and soft inside. If you are also one of them, you will enjoy this finished product so much. I also included a tutorial video on how to knead your mochi in a clean and efficient way.

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Black Sesame Scones - pigoutyvr

Black Sesame & Cranberry Scones

Here is another black sesame recipe to the list – Black Sesame Scones. I have been spending a good amount of time researching ideas to infuse black sesame. After trying different desserts, I found black sesame is pungent, but it can easily lose its nutty flavor during baking. Instead, a subtle bitterness is left in the aftertaste, or the texture can get sandy. Scone is a simple, great breakfast or afternoon tea snack, and my experiment with black sesame in it turns out great. The nutty flavor from the black sesame powder remains with no bitter aftertaste.

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