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    Home bake cookies can anot?



    Homemade Chocolate Chip Cookies

    Yields about 40 small cookies

    125g Butter
    70g Castor sugar
    70g Brown sugar
    tsp Vanilla essence
    1 Egg
    260g Self-raising flour
    130g Chocolate chips (Add more if you like more choc chips)

    Pre-heat oven to 180C.
    Sift the flour, set aside.
    Beat butter, essence and sugars using mixer until smooth.
    Add egg and beat until well combined.
    Stir in sifted flour and the remaining ingredients.
    Take rounded teaspoons of mixture and roll into balls.
    Place balls about 4cm apart on slightly greased oven trays or line with baking sheet.
    Bake in pre heated oven for 15 minutes or until browned.
    Cool in trays for short while and transfer to wire rack for cooling.

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    NICE! When I was young, I used to watch my sister bake cookies. But the oven spoilt now -_-

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    Damn....

    Shouldn't be looking at these images at lunch time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m3lv1nh0 View Post
    Home bake cookies can anot?

    Very nice shot Melvin!

    I vote this one the 'Best in thread' so far.

    Only thing I would look out for is the selection of cookies.

    CHEERS!

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    no more gas oven.. only left with electric toaster. Can't bake anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dream Merchant View Post
    Very nice shot Melvin!

    I vote this one the 'Best in thread' so far.

    Only thing I would look out for is the selection of cookies.

    CHEERS!
    Thanks DM! Haha.. didn't really thought about the selection of cookies.. good idea!
    Cookies baked by my wifey. Must give her the credit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m3lv1nh0 View Post
    Thanks DM! Haha.. didn't really thought about the selection of cookies.. good idea!
    Cookies baked by my wifey. Must give her the credit!
    They look SCRUMPERLICIOUS!

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    Hmm... my first uploaded picture...

    this was taken about a couple years ago with a handphone cam i think. Haven't gotten my DSLR yet then, so pardon the 'non sharpness'

    Thought I should at least post a picture or two in this thread. =P

    A portion of ham and cheese pasta. The ham is cubed from a huge chunk of unsliced ham. I don't remember which variety though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LukaviZ View Post

    looks abstract enough..
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    Quote Originally Posted by dark72 View Post
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    Goose meat?
    Hah. Nope, it is pork.

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    Home cooked pizza

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamebit View Post
    Home cooked pizza

    Looking good!

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    Tonight's dinner

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    Hi ladies and gentlemen, what's cookin'?
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    hokkien mee da bao LOL

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    lol beef noodles

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    CHARSIEW that I made a few weeks back.






    And fresh BAHN MI that I made today:



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    Quote Originally Posted by superbeng View Post
    And fresh BAHN MI that I made today:



    Now I am hungry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plsoong View Post
    Oooohhh thanx heaps!

    yeah....i was just thinking about whether i will need to purchase a pizza stone..

    so basically after making that, i can put on a baking parchment and place it on the cookie tray?

    at the lowest or the middle rack?

    Thanx heaps!
    i put it on the middle rack on a pan that had holes , so that the bottom wouldn't be soggy. probably on a cookie tray it'd be fine but the base might not be as crisp.
    and another thing i tried that other people seem to like is using frozen roti pratha as a base for pizza. just top with ingredients and place in the oven at 170 degrees for about 4-5 minutes i think. hope that helped!

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