Mochi donuts are not typical doughnuts. They are a treat all their own. Slightly sweet, crispy, chewy and even a bit bouncy. They are made from glutinous rice flour, just like mochi, which gives these donuts their wonderful dense and chewy texture.
These thin, delicate pancakes are delicious and elegant. They are so versatile and can be filled or folded and topped with sweet or savory fillings or sauces. And they are very simple to make.
These vanilla bean sugar-dipped doughnuts are made from brioche - a soft enriched dough, full of butter and eggs. They are sweetly fragrant, wonderfully rich and (thanks to tangzhong) exceptionally airy and soft.
These Liège waffles are made with my lightest, fluffiest brioche dough (using the tangzhong method). They cook up buttery, light and airy on the inside, lightly crispy and chewy on the outside with crunchy "pops" of caramelized sugar. Although this recipe may not be very traditional, it is very good.
This Soft and Airy Brioche is a feathery-light enriched bread. It's full of eggs and butter, so it's rich in flavor and very soft. This recipe also uses tangzhong (a cooked slurry of flour and water) which boosts this bread's airiness, makes it extra pillowy and helps keep the bread fresh and soft for days.