Archive for May, 2009


Friday, May 22nd, 2009


My mom bought this magazine and had a recipe for scones! I love scones! so, I made them turning the recipe into vegan scones! I will share the recipe :) I made them too thin but other than that, they taste so yummmmmy and awesome with jelly!! :)

Ingredients: Sorry i have all the ingredients measurements by Japanese way!

  • Flour 230g
  • Baking Powder 10g
  • Vegetable margarine (No salt) 50g

A

  • Salt 1 pinch
  • Sugar 40g
  • Soymilk 120ml (70ml + 50ml (for egg since we are not adding an egg))

Preparation:

Keep flour, baking powder, Margarine in refridgerator untill right before you use them

Keep soymilk out to make it room temperature

Preheat the oven to 200℃

  1. Mix baking poweder and flour and sift them. Add the margarine that are cut into 1cm cubes. Using your palms, rub the flour and butter together until it resembles breadcrumbs.
  2. Mix A in other bowl.
  3. Add 2 in 1, mix with a rubber knife, and knead with your hands lightly (Don’t knead too much), make it into one ball and wrap it with plastic wrap and let them sit in refridgerator for more than 1 hour.
  4. sprinkle flour on a board, and flat the dough to the 1.5cm thick, and cut out the dough to the round shape one.
  5. Put a wax paper on a baking pan, and put the scones and bake them for 15minutes!

You can add tea leaves, chocolate chips and etc.  at the “3″ alomg with the mixture A that you are adding.

Enjoy!! :)




Friday, May 22nd, 2009


Hello everyone! Sorry about the last sad entries one after another! :)
 
But I am doing better than I was, being here in Japan. It’s still very tough but I feel being away from the environment that I’m used to is somewhat doing good to me, for now.
 
  But anyways, since I am here, I’m gonna share my life in Japan with you! This week, I’m not let out because of the famous Japanese craze about the flu but I am enjoying staying home or going to places with not many people :) So come back to read about my country side Japan staying home stories, and hopefully soon, I can actually go out and tell you about my favorite places arounhere!