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    For those times when your sweet tooth needs a quick fix. Tastes good too!

    Recipe #518909

    I live in a country where summer temperatures get to 38C with over 95% humidity. After a few disasters with buttercream melting off my cakes, I developed a fail-proof (and yummy) recipe to withstand the high temperatures and humidity.

    Recipe #486813

    A Macanese 'everyday' kind of dish. As with a lot of food from Macau, it uses a blend of both Chinese and European ingredients. Very simple and easy to throw together

    Recipe #507221

    My mother always made her basic muffins using this recipe and I have not found a recipe that beats these for me. I think the difference lies in the addition of lemon juice to the batter.

    Recipe #476949

    This is so easy to make and beats most of the common brands in taste (and price!). From Andrea Nguyen's site- Viet World Kitchen. Cooking time is waiting time. NOTE:1) The milk can in which the condensed milk comes is used for measuring. 2)The yogurt you end up with will take on the flavour of the starter you use. I personally prefer an organic Greek yogurt starter. 3) If you prefer a thicker yogurt, add 1/3 cup dry milk powder to the room temperature water

    Recipe #481187

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