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Der Brotkorb – St. Pauli

Der Brotkorb ist eine meiner Lieblingsbäckereien, besonders in Zeiten von Massenbackwaren aller Back Factory und Co. Die Brötchen sind viel Größer als bei diesen Industriellen Massenvergewaltigungen von Hefeteigen und Handgeformt. Ja, und es gibt...

Der Brotkorb – St. Pauli

Der Brotkorb ist eine meiner Lieblingsbäckereien, besonders in Zeiten von Massenbackwaren aller Back Factory und Co. Die Brötchen sind viel Größer als bei diesen Industriellen Massenvergewaltigungen von Hefeteigen und Handgeformt. Ja, und es gibt...

O kama de appurupai / Baking Apple Cake in a Rice Cooker / お釜でアップルパイ

Last week I've bought me by OCS the Japanese baking magazine "Hotto kēki mikkusu no kantan o kashi". It contains recipes about sweet and savory food, which you can make with the famous baking mixture of Morinaga. But this is not the reason why...
by Bohnenhase on Feb 26, 2013

Karintō Manjū / かりんとう饅頭

A similar Wagashi as Karintō is Karintō Manjū. From the very beginning will here added whole cane sugar to the dough. Then the dough is filled with Anko, then steamed and then deep-fried. Due to the deep-frying the sugar caramelize and get a dark...
by Bohnenhase on Jan 20, 2013

Karintō / かりんとう

This traditional sweet Japanese snack doesn't look pretty like other Japanese Wagashi and resembles rather thick saltsticks (just without salt (^▽^) ), but they are absolutely delicious with a cup of tea. This snack is called Karintō and...
by Bohnenhase on Jan 14, 2013

Christmas Chocolate Chiffon Cake / Kurisumasu Choko Shifonkēki /クリスマスチョコシフォンケーキ

And every year the same. Christmas approaches, guests come and I wondering every year what I could make this year for Christmas coffee in the afternoon. Last year I've made ​​a Japanese Christmas cake with strawberries and cream. But this year I'...
by Bohnenhase on Dec 19, 2012

Dōbutsu Kukkī / Animal Cookies / 動物クッキー

As I have already reported in my last post, I had baked for the birthday of my friends daughter cream puffs with custard cream filling. I'm very proud that they are succeeded at the first or rather second try ;) As promised I will show you today the...
by Bohnenhase on Nov 30, 2012

Shū Kurīmu / Japanese Cream Puffs / シュークリーム

On the occasion of a children's birthday party, I was asked by a friend to help her to bake something for the kids. She had wished, that I made her some cream puffs and as a bonus, I've baked her a few cookies for the kids. But more about it in the n...
by Bohnenhase on Nov 24, 2012

Chestnut Chiffon Cake / Kuri no shifonkēki / 栗のシフォンケーキ

As you may have read in my last post, I've baked a pumpkin chiffon cake. As I've make this week chestnuts for my family in the oven, I had the idea to make the chiffon cake with it, too. What works with pumpkin, should also works with chestnuts.As a...
by Bohnenhase on Nov 19, 2012

Chestnut Chiffon Cake / 栗シフォン

As you may have read in my last post, I've baked a pumpkin chiffon cake. As I've make this week chestnuts for my family in the oven, I had the idea to make the chiffon cake with it, too. What works with pumpkin, should also works with chestnuts.As a...
by Bohnenhase on Nov 19, 2012

Pumpkin Chiffon Cake / Kabocha no shifonkēki / 南瓜のシフォンケーキ

As I wrote in my last post, I had baked last weekend with my daughter. For the fifth time I've baked this autumn a pumpkin chiffon cake. I just love the combination of pumpkin and cinnamon and the fluffy, airy texture of the cake. Actually, I bake it...
by Bohnenhase on Nov 15, 2012

Pumpkin Chiffon Cake / 南瓜シフォン

As I wrote in my last post, I had baked last weekend with my daughter. For the fifth time I've baked this autumn a pumpkin chiffon cake. I just love the combination of pumpkin and cinnamon and the fluffy, airy texture of the cake. Actually, I bake it...
by Bohnenhase on Nov 15, 2012

Yaki Karē / 焼きカレー

Recently, I had already posted you about the delicious curry recipe for Karē Raisu. Now I have another option for you, what you can do with leftover or too much cooked curry.Today's recipe is called Yaki Karē, which translated means "baked curry".
by Bohnenhase on Aug 17, 2012

Sōsēji Pan / ソーセージパン

Sōsēji Pan means translated "sausage bread" and is also a very popular bakery product, which you can often find in convenience stores in Japan. They are very similar to the "pigs in a blanket".Sōsēji Pan you can find in the version which you can...
by Bohnenhase on Aug 1, 2012

Melonpan / メロンパン

At the moment I bake a lot with yeast dough, so I thought I could bake Melonpan again, which are very popular in Japan. They consist of a yeast dough ball which is subsequently coated with a thin layer of cookie dough. So the center becomes fluf...
by Bohnenhase on Jun 23, 2012

Chīzukēki with Mandarins / みかんのチーズケーキ

Last week my husband had birthday and at the desire of him, I have made his favorite cheese cake with mandarins. The cake is made ​​with cream cheese and is more of a kind of soufflé cake, because it is baked on a baking tray with water. This ma...
by Bohnenhase on May 29, 2012

Sakura Anko Mushi Pan / 桜のあんこ蒸しパン

Also, this recipe from おだんごカフェ@体に優しいナチュラルレシピ caught my eye. Not only because I love to eat Mushi Pan, but also because this recipe is completely vegan and is made ​​with koshian, soy milk a...
by Bohnenhase on May 11, 2012

Ukishima with Matcha and Cakao / 浮島の抹茶とココア

Ukishima is a steamed cake made ​​of sweet bean paste and means in English as much as "floating island". The reason is probably the different two, sometimes three layers of this cake. Between these layers will often still given Amanattō (candied...
by Bohnenhase on Apr 24, 2012

White Taiyaki / 白鯛焼き

Since I've my Taiyaki iron, I make also often at the weekend Taiyaki for my family and for my daughter her friends. Especially by children, the "fish-shaped waffles" are very popular. But I fill the Taiyaki not always with Anko, because the other kid...
by Bohnenhase on Feb 27, 2012

Yakisoba Pan / 焼きそばパン

Today I will post you the recipe for Yakisoba Pan. In my last post I've already showed, as you can prepare easily buns for different "Japanese pan dishes" (pan = bread or rolls).Yakisoba are fried noodles, which will fried on a teppan together with v...
by Bohnenhase on Feb 20, 2012


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