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Soulful Garlic Butter Prawn


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Soulful Pecan Nut Chocolate Cookies


Soulful Pecan Nut Chocolate Cookies


1 cups butter
2 cups flour
1 tsp. baking soda
1 cup granulated sugar
1 cups brown sugar
2 1/2 cups blended oatmeal (blend in blender until it becomes powdery)
1 tsp. salt
250g milk chocolate bar - eg. Cadbury chocolate bar (grated)
2 eggs
1 tsp. baking powder
1 1/2 pecan nuts (you can replace with other nuts)
1 tsp. vanilla


1. Preheat oven at about 190c
2. cream the butter and both sugars.
3. Add egg and vanilla
4. Add in all the dry ingredients - flour, oatmeal, salt,
baking powder, and soda.
5. Add chocolate chips, grated chocolate and nuts.
6. Use you palm and roll the mixture into balls and place two inches apart on a cookie sheet.
7. Bake for 10 mins at 190c.
8. When it's ready let it cool at the cookies rack before transferring to airtight containers.

This recipe will churn out about 60+ cookies

Note: you can add 350g of chocolate chips into this recipe (i was running out of chocolate chips that is why i opted it out)


Soulful Moist Banana Cake


Don't throw away the overripe bananas, keep them in the freezer because you can 'transform' them into a yummy banana cake. Banana cake has been my all time favourite. I have made the banana cake before but this time i tried out my new silicon loaf tin, i just love it, it's non-stick at all, i just flip a little and the whole cake slide out :)

Soulful Moist Banana Cake


125g butter
2 eggs (lightly beaten)
3 small or 2 large mashed banana
1tsp vanilla
1tsp baking soda
50ml milk
125g caster sugar (i use less about 115g because i don't like sweet cake)
345g self raising flour


1. Pre-heat oven at 180C
2. In a mixing bowl cream butter, sugar and vanilla.
3. Add eggs one a time.
4. Add the mashed banana into the mixture.
5. Dissolve baking soda in milk.
6. Add flour and milk alternatively
7. Pour in a tin loaf and bak for about 35min at 180C

Note: Don't put too much banana as it will make the texture too wet.


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