The simplest, yet the sweetest Valentine’s Day

Riri & Thatha spent Valentine’s Day in Riri’s house. Baking and Cooking is the theme of the day. The menu for baking is Chai & Matcha Choux a la Chantilly, and the menu for cooking is Japanese Hambagu with Raspberry Wine Sauce and Miso Soup.

Choux a la Chantilly (Craquelin) 

First of all, Riri made two cookie doughs, the brown one is chai and the green one is matchaIMG_2491Then, Riri and Thatha made the choux pastry. IMG_2490

Place the cookie doughs on top of choux to create “cranklin” crust at the top. IMG_2492Put in the oven. IMG_2494Tadaaa…!!! They are puffing up. Look how chubby these babies are. IMG_2495

Take them out of the oven. IMG_2500 IMG_2499The two flavours of Choux a la Chantilly: Matcha (round) and Chai (oval). IMG_2512

The special heart shaped cream puff with mixed of matcha and chai. IMG_2507

Japanese Hambagu

The cooking begins. We tried to make heart shaped hamburg with a mix of beef and pork, but turned out differently. Riri magically created a perfect sauce for the hamburg. Balance of sweet and sour. IMG_2503The miso soup created extra sensation. The seasoning was just right.
Add MediaIMG_2506Thank you Chef Riri for the fantastic lovely hearty dinner. I love you more and more.

Cute Valentine’s Gift

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Five different designs in a box IMG_2526

Out of the five illustrations, I like this one the most. It looks a bit like Riri and Thatha. This could be a cute wedding souvenir, just need to personalise the illustration. (*wink)IMG_2527

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