I found this recipe on a blogger called "Not Quite Nigella".
It was so easy and fast, hits the spot fast!
I've sometimes altered the recipe by taking away the cocoa powder, and making it a coffee cake, or taking coffee away too and added lemon juice and zest instead and it would turn into a lemon cake!
My bf's aunt's treasured recipe, constantly requested by guests of hers who's tried her famous Rhubarb cake. Cut out from a NZ newspaper, here's the description on the article:
This is a recipe given to Marsden Principal Jenny Williams by her mother. Jenny has baked it for the school administration staff and they think it is absolutely delicious.
A friend of mine brought these brownies to a party, it was gone in seconds! With a kick of chili, no one would notice unless told. Once you're told there's chili you'd think "oh yes....I can taste it..!" Amazing! Thanks Dan for sharing this amazing recipe!
Since I was little, I've always had honey cake. It's the fluffiest, melt-in-your-mouth cake that has a nice scent of honey. It's usually baked in a rectangular tin (loaf tin), and once cooled, we put a glaze of clear jelly/apricot glaze on top for a glossy finish and served as simple slices, as anything else would overwhelm the delicate taste of honey.
After eating this cake at a friend's birthday party, I thought to myself "this is the chocolate cake I've been looking for!" And immediately I asked for the recipe, which my friend kindly gave me, so here it is, mmmmmm so good!!
This is a very popular dessert dish in Asian countries. It's easy, simple, and refreshing! It doesn't actually use tofu, but it's white and cubed, which resembles tofu, hence its name. Give it a try, I have shared this with many of my non-Asian friends and they all loved it and gave rave reviews!
Last night I had to cook, and not knowing what to make, I suddenly thought of a salad dish, but after having made it I realised there's no mayo, and I went eek!! So I came here, looked up some dressings without mayo, and ended up drawing what I liked from the recipes here and made my own, and my brother actually thought it was amazing! So give it a try :)
I actually found this online at a site much like this, without knowing what Tiramisu was, I tried it out, and it's so good that now this is my best dish! Best part is that this recipe calls for COOKED eggs. (Thanks Carol for this recipe!) Must share her recipe with as many people as possible!
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