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Pizza Baguette & Matcha Cupcake

What I find distressing is having shower my cooking efforts to either the main dish or the desert. It isn’t really an issue because both still take some careful thinking and consideration. It may not look a lot but it was definitely filling.

The pizza toppings used are parmeggiano, pizza cheese, goat cheese, bacon bits, and white sauce that I made myself with milk, flour, dried herbs, salt and pepper. Leave in the oven for about 10 minutes unless your bread comes with instructions then just follow that.

The matcha cupcake was definitely heavier between the two dishes and was surprisingly easy to make. I already had matcha from the asian store, Yumi Hana, at Bahnhofstrasse that I use for when I have it as tea itself as well.

Mix it with eggs, white chocolate, flour, sugar, and butter then leave it in the fridge until you’re ready to bake close to dinner time. It takes about 15 minutes in the oven at 180C or until the center batter isn’t sticking to your needle/fork.

The timing of everything is short and pretty easy to manage and the outcome is trully enjoyable and satisfying.

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