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Lovely Tiramisu & My Tiramisu Class | Big Boys Oven in Penang

Tiramisu is one of the most popular italian cakes and I just adore it, I have them my unique way, layered with lady finger biscuits but I have my with my sponge cake dipped with espresso or a strong coffee and layered it with a whipped mixture of egg yolks, mascarpone with my favourite liqueur. As for this one, I decorated it with hazelnut white chocolate macarons and chocolate bits.

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A Dessert To Have

TIRAMISU
An All Time Classic, Espresso FLavoured Ladies’ Finger with Mascarpone Cheese

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Ingredients

(10 portion)
1litre Whipping Cream
100gm Sugar
500gm Mascarpone Cheese
200ml Masala Wine
500ml Espresso
100ml Kahkula
500gm Ladys Finger

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Method

1. Whip the cream and sugar in a mixing bowl till the sugar melted.
2. Then add mascarpone cheese and masala wine into the mixture.
3. Mix the Espresso and Kahlua together, and soak ladys finger and layer it in a chocolate mould with mascarpone misture for 3 layers.
4. Once ready chill it. Once it is hardm it is ready to serve.

A dessert to die for . . . Chef Simon Sim

Fuleila Balls Cookies

softened butter 130g
powdered sugar 60g
grated almondpowder 50g
cake flour 150g
vanilla syrup (monin) 10ml
chopped walnut 40g
icing sugar for dusting

1. In a bowl, combine butter and powdered sugar until incorporated.
2. Add grated almond powder, cake flour, vanilla syrup and chopped walnut, stir until dough. Wrap by plastic bag about 30 minutes.
3. Divide dough into 6g for each small ball, bake about 23 minutes, upper and lower both 150C.
4. Dust icing sugar on cookie surface.

I love and really enjoyed having this fuleila balls with a cup of fresh illy black espresso. My mum and aunt did enjoy this fuleila balls and not forgotten the chocolat brownies that I baked recently.

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The Fuleila Balls

It had been almost 2 months that I had not seen my mum and aunt, who happened to be staying in Ipoh and it takes about 2 hours drive from my place, Kuala Lumpur. So I decided to bake some goodies for them and fuleila balls was my choice. It is a crunchy type of cookies on the outer layer and soft on the inside. This type of cookies are dusted with icing sugar, and they will able to give you the coldness taste and feeling as you bite into them. Yes, they are lovely and defintely will be the perfect gift to someone you dearly love. I can bet all mums will love them. They can be beautifully packed and an ideal gift for this coming christmas.

softened butter 130g
powdered sugar 60g
grated almondpowder 50g
cake flour 150g
vanilla syrup (monin) 10ml
chopped walnut 40g
icing sugar for dusting

1. In a bowl, combine butter and powdered sugar until incorporated.
2. Add grated almond powder, cake flour, vanilla syrup and chopped walnut, stir until dough. Wrap by plastic bag about 30 minutes.
3. Divide dough into 6g for each small ball, bake about 23 minutes, upper and lower both 150C.
4. Dust icing sugar on cookie surface.

I love and really enjoyed having this fuleila balls with a cup of fresh illy black espresso. My mum and aunt did enjoy this fuleila balls and not forgotten the chocolat brownies that I baked recently.

Love Sunny Yaw

Black & White Cupcake (Part 1)

It had been a great weekend…. and as usual busy, but still manage to have time to meet up with friends and have lunch on Sunday. Busy with? really?… well baking for most, visiting new malls such as Pavilion and the Gardens, dinner with Steven Cheng, our new on board and regular food churner at Big Boys Kitchen, nothing else to talk but just talk about food over dinner… sounds bored but it was really a journey about food, creation and taste, it was something no one would like to share… especially their secrets. I did check on other bloggers update post and also not forgetting, updating my post.

Got to say, last week was such a happening days, for most we would like to thank Little Corner of Mine for awarding us the Creative Blogger Award. Thank you very much and will soon be awarding to some other great bloggers out there in the cyberworld.

Secondly, me and Sid had our 30 second fame on telly 6pm today. Steven Cheng was interviewed and his dish “mini monk jump over the wall” was featured on 8TV’s “Ho Chiak” food program. We were also interview about the dish…… and sid was having a joyly time… not forgetting me too.

On this post, I am posting my latest collection of cupcakes and I call them black & white cupcakes. Here I baked caramel banana cupcakes and decorated them with dark chocolat ganache and white butter cream and finished them off with chocolat at the centre. There are two sizes and with different decoration, a medium and a big ones and both of this cupcakes are available at Ole Cafe.




Prefer to keep them simple and maintain their natural beauty and elegant. They look so gorgeous just like my own babies. I also know that you are waiting for my tiramisu, and will be posting them this week. So while waiting make sure you have mascarpone cheese, sponge cake and a good espresso waiting in your fridge.

Love Sunny Yaw


Doraemon Landed on O’Chocolate

Doraemon had landed on O’Chocolate……….? In fact this is the cake that requested by Zsarina for Fawwaz’s Birthday and he is 10 years old this year…… HAPPY BIRTHDAY FAWWAZ!!!

Well, this is the bigger version of O’Chocolate and it weights about 2kg and had it decorated with chocolate macaroons with dark chocolat ganache, espresso macaroons with white chocolat ganache and also chocolat ribbons with gold patterns.

Zsarina loves the cake and the remark from her over the phone was, “lovely cake, very rich and delicious!”. I was so….so blushed yet happy, another satisfied customer.

Love Sunny Yaw

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