Tuesday, September 18, 2007

More snowskin mooncakes to drool on...

This is my third batch of snowskin moonies that I made last Saturday. For this batch of Red Wine Berry moonies, I added some red wine into the skin dough. Wow! The taste was absolutely GREAT! Thanks to my Dad who sponsored me the red wine :) Everyone who tried it gave a Thumbs Up for this! Yeh!








the red wine berry paste goes very well with this red wine snowskin... yummy!

10 comments:

Yan's Delites said...

red wine for snowskin moonies...heavenly !!! fabulous innovation jestina !!

btw, where do u get all the pretty flowery & cutie moulds from? so endearing.

cheers,
yan

ReNee said...

Hi dere...

firstly im veri attracted 2 ur cakes n other desserts...they r soo pretty n looks so yummy...u make such wonderful bakes...nw im keen 2 view more of ur new creations..hmmm....hw abt startin ur own baking class..? =D

Cranberry said...

Hi yan,

I bought those flowery ones form Ailin Bakery House.. and for those cutie ones are gifts from a friend.

Hi renee,
thanks for the compliment..haha no lah, i do not ve the cap to start my own baking class..is only a hobby..my passion in baking.

Yan's Delites said...

thanks Jestina for the info.
cant wait to check out wats in store in Ailin Bakery Hse...
cheers,
yan

Cranberry said...

yan, my galfriend went AILIN yesterday, those pretty flowery moulds no stock liao :(

Yan's Delites said...

jestina,
i din get to read your response earlier & went all the way there and no pretty moulds already. sadness. =(

Anonymous said...

Hello

can u share red wine snowskin moonies recipe?

Drooling seeing your moonies.

Thanks

Cranberry said...

poor yan, went all the way..hug hug..

anonymous, recipe posted alrdy. check it out *Mooncake's Recipe*..click the link.

P.S. - just replace half of the water with red wine.

Anonymous said...

Hi,

The Mooncake seems to be so yummy.
Care to share the red wine berry paste recipe?

Thanks

Cranberry said...

Hi anonymous, I bought the red wine berry paste from Kwong Cheong Thye. You can just leave it plain or add some chopped hazelnuts into the paste which one of my galfriend did.