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  • Hot Toddy poached Pears and Rye Galette
    1st Prize
    Cook time 30 mins

    Inspired from Yossy Arefi

  • Almond brittle cake
    1st Prize
    Cook time 20 mins

    Almond brittle cake is a yummy and rich flavour. Almond brittle is chikki made with almonds. Recipe credit to Rachel Allen.

  • Lemon and White Chocolate Eclairs
    1st Prize
    Cook time 75 mins

    A citrus twist on the classic french eclair; these fresh, zesty eclairs are filled with tangy lemon curd and topped with white chocolate and pistachios.

  • Mango-Misu
    1st Prize
    Cook time 20 mins

    A mango twist to the classic Italian dessert Tiramisu that is egg free! Homemade Eggless Savoiardi or Lady fingers are soaked in a simple mango syrup and layered with a creamy and luscious mango mascarpone filling. Italy meets Indian summer in this gorgeous make-ahead dessert!

  • Spiced Ginger Bundt Cake with Caramel Poached Pears
    Wild Card
    Cook time 40 mins

    I've been an admirer of a food blogger called Sonali Ghosh and this is my take on her Ginger Cake.

  • Mandarin Panacotta with Almond Crumb and Chocolate Ganache
    Wild Card
    Cook time 45 mins

    Pannacotta is a very basic pudding that is made of dairy thickened with gelatin. It originated in Italy and it's name literally means 'cooked cream'. This recipe has been inspired from Masterchef Australia.

  • Blueberry Muffin Cake
    Wild Card
    Cook time 40 mins

    This is one of the yummiest cakes I have ever made.The taste of blueberries, cinnamon and crumble topping makes every bite scrumptious.

  • Oeuf au Lait/French Baked Pudding
    Wild Card
    Cook time 20 mins

    WIth just four ingredients, you can simply whisk this French dessert with less efforts. Even a kid can prepare this French pudding with the help of an adult as this pudding calls for baking.

  • Eggless Basbousa/ Revani
    Wild Card
    Cook time 35 mins

    It’s been on my mind since my Turkey trip way back in 2008 and again in 2012. That’s where I first tried this moist Middle Eastern cake called Basbousa. It is also called Turkish Revani. It’s a simple cake using semolina and soaked in sugar syrup. The traditional recipe calls for yogurt, since I ran out of it – I tried a different method using condensed milk. It tasted absolutely delicious and pretty much like what I tried in Turkey.

  • All Wheat Apple Date Crumble Cake
    Wild Card
    Cook time 35 mins

    I had eaten this cake during my journey to Singapore. I liked it lot and thought of making my own version by replacing butter with fresh cream (malai) and adding dates to it. So here is a different cake with some new additions!

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