Friday, June 1, 2012

Aspiring Bakers #20 - Asian Dessert Buffet! (June 2012)


I am a big fan of Aspiring Bakers! Thanks to SSB for giving me this opportunity to host this month theme - Asian Dessert Buffet!(June 2012)


You may wander what kind of Asian dessert? After much discussion, here is a summary:

1) only Asian style dessert are accepted, no western dessert.
2) only cook/non-cook Asian dessert are accepted, no bake dessert.
3) Asian style cooked dessert include Chinese dessert eg. Tang Sui (糖水), pudding eg. Soy bean milk pudding, 龟苓膏 etc, Malay/Nonya dessert eg. Chendol etc.
4) hot and cold desserts are accepted.
5) ice cream are not accepted.
6) agar agar, jelly, pudding are accepted.


If you are like me, a big fan of AB, and like to eat, cook and learn Asian dessert, do participate and share with us your recipes. Do drop me an email or comment if you have any question.

Looking forward to the delicious Asian dessert buffet!

Who can join?
Everyone! (if you do not have a blog, just send me a photo and recipe of your bake/dish

How to join?

Step 1 :
Make any Asian dessert in the month of June 2012. You may submit more than 1 entry.

Step 2 :
Post it on your blog between 01 June 2012 and 30 June 2012.
Your post must include the recipe or link to the original recipe. If you are using a recipe from a book, please include the title of the book too.
Any entries that are posted outside the date range will not be accepted.
Any entries that do not include a recipe or link to the original recipe will not be accepted too.

Step 3 :
Please mention that you are submitting your post to Aspiring Bakers #20: Asian dessert buffet! (June 2012) hosted by Moon of Food Playground and provide a link back to this post HERE.
Entries will not be accepted if the above is not included.

Step 4 :
Email to Foodplayground@gmail.com in the following format:

Your name or nickname:
Your blog name: (omit this if you do not have a blog)
Name of your bake/dish:
URL of your post:
URL of your photo (one photo for each entry):
(alternatively, you can attach your photo in your email, preferably less than 500kb).

Please use "Aspiring Bakers #20" as your email subject. You may submit more than 1 entry.

The roundup will be posted on 01 July 2012.

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If you are interested to find out what's on the previous Aspiring Bakers #19: Dim sum affair (may 2012), hosted by SSB of Small small baker, see the roundup HERE



27 comments:

  1. I guess this is also another highly anticipated theme. Maybe lots of "lao ban beancurd" coming up. Everyone keep your desserts coming in!!

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    1. Thanks SSB for the kick start. And thanks to the posts that are coming in ! Make me drool already. If you have not, do so now and show us your delicious works! :)

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  2. hmm... could I just check with you on something? the instructions specify a cooked dessert but cendol, to my recollection doesn't require cooking yeah? Sorry if the question sounded a bit silly...

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  3. Hi travellingfoodies, sorry for the confusion, I have corrected my post to cook/non-cook dessert also accepted, just no baked dessert. Hope this clear your doubts. :)

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  4. ah so much clearer now! thanks for the clarification!

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  5. I missed the dim sum affair in May, this time round I'll make sure i set aside some time to make some asian desserts!

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  6. Thanks for hosting this for the month of June! I'm going to make something & share here!

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    1. Hi Jessie, My pleasure. Thanks in advance and hope to see it soon. :)

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  7. Hi Moon,I'm interested to join the event. Just check with you is nyonya kuih accepted?

    Have a nice day.

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    1. Hi Amelia, unfortunately kueh is not accepted for this month's theme. :)

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    2. Oh no, I thought kuih is accepted as it didn't mention b4 it will not be considered. Nevermind! Thanks for clarifying this!

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    3. Hi Jessie, guessed nonya kueh is more appropriate for the earlier AB theme: AB#12: Traditional kueh (Oct 2011).

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    4. Hi Moon, thanks! It's ok. Since it's until 30th June in case I got cook tong sui then I'll join the event.

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    5. Hi Moon

      Is kulfi included since it is Asian, it's not a kueh and it's not baked? Or is it excluded since it's an ice-cream?

      Thanks.

      Susan

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    6. Hi Susan, Kulfi is a kind of ice cream, so it's not accepted.

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  8. do you accept barley drink for this month's theme?

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    1. Hi Yummy Bakes, will consider this a drink, maybe you can use barley to cook tang sui soon?

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  9. hi foodplayground!im new to this...i just want to know is this a competition?is there a prize??:))

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    1. Ha! It's not a competition. just a monthly theme to bring food bloggers together to share their work and recipes. Hence, Whether there are prizes or not will depends on individual host. for this round, guess it is too late to announce that I have prizes to give? But if prizes can encourage more entries, why not? Ha! Will think of something to give when I host for AB #30 during the month of April 2013. Stay tune and Let me know your thought :)

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  10. Hi! Just wna check if Ginger tea( as soup base for tangyuan) is accepted?

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    1. Yes, it is accepted with tang yuan. Cheers!

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  11. hello

    where are the submissions? thanks.

    jenny

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    1. Hi jenny, Pls Refer to the round up post dated 1 July 2012.

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