Category Archives: Breakfast

Cornflour pancakes


cornflour 130g

plain flour 70g

sugar 30g

yeast 2 g

milk 250g

  1. Mix all the ingredients above in a big bowl.
  2. Wrap it and let it rise in warm place for 30mins.
  3. Brush pan with oil.
  4. Drop in 1 scoop of batter. Fry with low medium heat.
  5. When bubbles start to show up, flip the pancake and fry the other side till golden brown.

Homemade Waffle


Flour 1 cup

Baking powder 1 1/2 tsp

Baking soda 1/8 tsp

Salt 1/2 tsp

Sugar 1 1/2 tablespoon

Water 1 cup

Canola oil 1 tablespoon

Melted butter 2 tablespoon

Egg 1 (separate white and yolk)

1. Mix all the dry ingredients (flour, sugar, slat, baking soda and baking powder) in a bowl.

2. Pour in water. Stir well.

3. Add in canola oil and butter. mix evenly.

4. Add in egg yolk first. Stir to let them be well mixed.

5. Slightly beat the egg white till a lot small bubbles show up. And add into the batter and stir well.

6. Heat the waffle maker. Scoop batter into it. Heat till brownish on both sides.

You can serve hot freshly made waffle with butter, syrup or cream, jam.

My husband loved them.

Roti John

It’s like a egg meat sandwich.


Minced chicken 100g (season with salt and pepper)

Bun (I chose hotdog buns, you can choose baguette or any other bread you like)

Eggs 2

Chili sauce 1/2 tablespoon



Black pepper

Slices of 1/2 onion

1. Cut 2 hotdog buns into halves, don’t cut through.

2. Heat a pan. Add in a little butter. When melted, place buns in with cut side down to fry a bit.

3. Heat pan again. Add in a little extra butter. When melted, sauté onion till transparent. Add in minced chicken. Stir fry till chicken gets white.

4. Beat 2 eggs in a bowl, add in 1/2 tablespoon chili sauce and a little salt to taste.

5. Pour egg into the pan to mix with chicken and onion.

6. Place 1 bun with cut side down onto the egg. Turn to low heat. Tuck the egg under the bread. When egg is cooked, take the bun out with the help of spatula.

7. Put 2 slices of cheese onto the egg & meat filling. Then place the other bread on the top also with the cut side down.

8. Heat the pan. Melt a little better. Put the bread sandwich in. Fry each side till crispy or golden brown.

Cut into small pieces and serve hot.


Soufflé Pancake Recipe

My husband got up very late almost every morning except there is a meeting he needs to attend to or some stuff he needs to handle with. If I want him to get up early, I usually tell him  that I will make him a good breakfast on the night before. (He likes to have bread in the morning, so I only make him breakfast occasionally. He thinks that I cook lunch and dinner almost everyday, it’s already tiring to me so he can handle breakfast by himself). Last night, I told him that I would make him this soufflé pancake and he should get up earlier than before. Guess what happened today. I overslept too. 🙂 But I still decided to cook him this pancake since I already promised him.

I always wanted to try this fluffy pancake before. Yet, there is one big problem for me is that this recipe requires whipping egg white. Whipping egg white or cream is nightmare to me. I almost failed every time. On the bright side, whipping egg white is relatively not that hard.

1. Divide 1 egg yolk and 1 egg white. Put egg white aside for later use.

2. Whip egg yolk till the color becomes lighter. Then add in 1 tsp white sugar. Blend till fully combined.

3. Sieve in 20g flour. You can add in 2 or 3 times. Make sure there is no flour lump.

4. Whip egg white. You can use a electric mixture. I just used my hands. When the color becomes white and bubbles show up, add in 1 tsp sugar. Keep whipping, when many small bubbles appear, add another 1 tsp sugar. Whip till stiff hook forms.

5. Mix egg white with batter together.

6. Heat a pan. Brush a little oil. Turn to low heat during the whole frying process. Scoop batter and drop into pan. Cover the lid for 3 mins. Then flip over and fry for another 3 mins.

Serve with honey, butter, jam, and plain yogurt or whatever you like.

My husband loved them very very much. I just left to the kitchen for about 2 mins, when I came back to the dining table, he already finished all of them. 🙂

Oatmeal Bar

When I made an adventurous journey in my kitchen searching for cookies, I found a pack of rolled oats. Then I remembered I bought it to make chocolate chip cookies. Now there is still 1/3 left.

When I explored the fridge for any ready-to-eat food, I found some black currant jam left in the bottle. My husband bought it long time ago to spread on his bread. I checked the expiry date, still safe to eat. So I decided to make this oatmeal bar to consume both oats and black currant jam.


2 cups of oats

80g butter

70g flour

70g brown sugar

1/2 tsp salt

1/2 tsp baking soda

1. Place oats, sugar, flour, salt and baking soda in a big bowl. Mix them well.

2. Cut in butter. Make all ingredients into crumbs with ginger. This may take a little while.

3. Preheat oven to 180 degree C.

4. Press 2/3 crumbs into the baking pan very firmly.

5. Spread jam over it. Apart from jam, you can also choose peanut butter or Nutella.

6. Sprinkle the rest crumbs on top.

In to the oven, bake for 30-35 mins till golden brown.

Cool down and cut into squares.

You can put them in an airtight box and save for breakfast.

You can also add in chopped nuts. And reduced oats. And I cut down brown sugar so mine oatmeal bars are not very sweet. If you really like it to be more sweet, you can add more sugar.

Min Chiang Kueh 面煎粿

This is like a Singapore style pancake. Original recipe requires peanuts as filling. Because my husband doesn’t like peanuts, so I used chopped walnuts instead.


Flour 1 cup

Baking soda 1/2 tsp

Yeast 1/2 tsp

Sugar 2 tablespoon

Egg 1

Water 3/4 cup

Mix all the above ingredients in a bowl. Then cover with plastic wrap and let it rest for 20-30 mins.

For the filling:

Pan-toasted white sesame 1/4 cup

Pan-toasted chopped walnuts 1/2 cup

Sugar 20g

Mix them well in another bowl.

Heat a pan on stove. Grease it with oil. Scoop batter into the pan. Keep low heat. Cover the lid for 3-4 mins.

Sprinkle walnut & sesame filling in it.

Cover the lid for another 2-3 mins.

Use a spatula to fold the pancake from one side to the other and press lightly.

Serve hot.

Quick Breakfast – Pancake

In a bowl, mix 90g flour, 1 tsp baking powder and 1 pinch salt.

Melt 15g butter in another bowl. Add in 20g sugar, 1 egg, 100 ml milk and 1/4 tsp vanilla in order. Add in new ingredient after previous ones mixed well.

Then add dry ingredients into butter bowl 1/3 at a time. Mix till just combine.

Heat a pan. Brush with oil. Scoop one spoonful batter into the pan. When many small bubbles show on the surface, flip it over. Fry till the other side turns golden brown.

Serve with maple syrup.

Easy Egg Sandwich


1 hard boiled egg

2 crispy butter rolls


Tomato slices cucumber slices

Butter 5 g


Black pepper

1. Mash boiled egg in a bowl. Season with salt, black pepper and 1 tablespoon mayonnaise. Mix well.

2. Mix butter with 2 tsp mayonnaise in another bowl.

3. Cut butter rolls with a knife.

4. Brush the cutting surface with Butter mayonnaise mixture.

5. Add in tomato and cucumber slices. And mashed egg at last.

Buttermilk Pancakes

I found this wonderful recipe:

And I just followed it without doing any change.

Flour 135 g

Baking soda 1 tsp

Baking powder 1/2 tsp

Salt 1/4 tsp

Melted butter  7 g

Egg 1

Vanilla 1 1/2 tsp

Butter milk 1/2 cup

Maple syrup 1 tsp

Plain low-fat yogurt 60g

1. Mix flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt in a bowl.

2. In a mother bowl mix butter, vanilla, egg, butter milk, syrup and yogurt.

3. Combine wet mixture with dry ingredients and stir till just combine.

4. Heat a non-stick pan on the stove with medium or low heat. Drop a spoonful of batter into pan.

5. After around 3 mins or till the bottom side turns golden brown, flip the pancake over and heat for another 2-3 mins.

Serve hot with maple syrup or butter or anything you like.

They taste very soft and fluffy. My husband loves them.

Super Easy Basic Waffles

We bought a waffle maker yesterday. I couldn’t wait to cook some delicious waffles with it. My husband wanted Belgian waffles. So I found some recipes online and tried them. Yet, it was a big failure. Waffles I made tasted like strong baking soda flavor stuff. It’s not easy for me to quit, especially on cooking. I thought I should start with basic ones. And I found a wonder recipe online. Lucky me!

It’s super easy. No need to beat the egg white with electric mixer.

I just halved the batch.


Egg 1

Milk 200g

Olive oil  1/6 cup

Flour 1 cup

Baking powder 1/2 tsp

Salt 1/4 tsp

Sugar 1 tsp

Vanilla 1/2 tsp
Preheat waffle maker first. And then prepare the batter.
1. Mix flour, baking powder, salt and sugar in a big bowl.

2. Mix egg with milk, oil and vanilla in another bowl.

3. Combine dry ingredients with wet ingredients. Don’t overmix. Stop when they just combine. It’s ok if there’s still flour bumps.

4. Pour batter over preheated waffle maker.

5. Serve with syrup and fruits you like. You can also add nuts or butter.