Moon Cake Marathon - 中秋节快乐!


 I would like to wish all my friends and readers Happy Mid-Autumn Festival! How is every one's moon cake baking going so far? I had been having moon cake baking marathon since last week, as gifts to relatives and friends.
This year, I picked up the courage to try out Shanghai Moon cakes, as well as Flaky Teo Chew Yam Moon cakes. The rave about Cheese Shanghai Moon cakes by 鲸鱼蓝蓝, is definitely a must try!! It's my favourite moon cake now, though I have been a fan for traditional baked moon cakes. The second courage is yam moon cakes, which I find it could be better in terms of taste and the texture. I am thinking, if I still have the energy, I'll try using lard to replace the ghee in the recipe. As shortening is definitely a no no in my cooking and baking! With more practice, I shall make the flaky layers more refine!

                                                        Traditional Baked Moon Cakes

                                                      Flaky Teo Chew Yam Moon cakes

                                                  Cheesy Shanghai Moon cakes

Pandan lotus, White Lotus with yolk, Red Bean


Mel said…
I love that flaky teo chew yam mooncake and the white lotus with yolk. It is good to make it ourself as it is getting costly buying nowadays. I wish you and your family Happy Mid Autumn Festival.
Cosy Bake said…
Thanks Mel, yes, buying moon cakes these days are like buying gold!! hahah... I am happy with my home baked moon cakes, and will always do! I wish you and your family a Happy Mid- Autumn Festival!!
鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said…
Joceline Lor said…

Mel said…
Hi Honey Boy
May I know why do you opt out shortening in your baking and cooking? Is shortening bad for health?
Cosy Bake said…
Thanks for the wishes ladies!


Yes, shortening is not good for health, as our body is not able to digest it. Shortening is like plastic, it will never turn bad. So, things like margarine and shortening are not good for us.
You also made quite many types of mooncakes huh, all looks good! Wishing you and your family a Happy
Mid-autumn celebration .
ann low said…
Homemade is the best! I've not tried the cheesy Shanghai mooncake yet. Will wait for next year :)
J.O said…
Didn't make any mooncakes this year, come and eat yours. Happy Mid Autumn Festival! :)
Cosy Bake said…

You are welcome to share my moon cakes!!

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