I look forward to each Chinese New Year where I can put these sweet melting pineapple tarts into my mouth and savouring them slowly.....before they land into the hot furnace of my stomach... sounds gross??? heheheee...
Well, yesterday I landed myself in my friend's house to watch her prepare her once-a-year "Tarts".... not just there to see but to help out, of course *wink* .. more or less...Help!! Eat!! Help EAT!! .... so it is more or less justified... hahaha....
a closer look at the pastry on cute paper cups...
see the round yellowish thing on top??
yours truly here did that!!
(I washed my hands before I did them, OK?)
Oh man... my hubby fav.. hihihi... so generous of pineapple jem there... nyum!!ReplyDelete
wow, the tarts look yummy. bet they smell great too :) Kong Hee Fatt Choy to you and your family :)ReplyDelete
Pineapple tarts can be quite a chore to make. Esp when it comes to cooking the pineapple. But the delicious cookies is worth the effort isn't? :)ReplyDelete
lol. labor and eat at the same time is totally justified. :pReplyDelete
happy new year, claire, to you and your clan!
Claire, Happy New Year! Your friend piped the dough into the cases, then place the jam on top? Very clever and save a lot of time using the cutter.ReplyDelete
cath: yes, i gave generously..hahaha...ReplyDelete
barb: yes, they are her signature tarts.. she sells them each year..
meiteng: she does it once a year for cny..
tuti: phew.. so it is justified..! thanks!
ann: yes, hers is the soft type.. it melts in the mouth..
Another variety of pineapple tart with the filling on top. Looked good.ReplyDelete
I love pineapple tarts too.ReplyDelete
Pineapple tarter! LoL! That sounds.. so weird! :PReplyDelete
I love pineapple tarts! I can never get enough of them!
Oh my goodness Reanaclaire, my mouth is watering as I read this post. Oh the tarts look so yummy.ReplyDelete
Your tarts are very very delicious, but again your Datur Lee Chong Wei lose again last night.ReplyDelete
i <3 pineapple tarts! :DReplyDelete
Oh..that is my favo biscuits...ReplyDelete
These are so cute! And I bet they are delicious!! Did you return and eat more?ReplyDelete
mingna: they r good..ReplyDelete
wenn: me too...
merryn: wierd or not..wallop la!! :p
cheryl: anything sweet, i m in too!
yan: just by few points.. now the chances is 60/40...
ken: what is that sign?
mery: yes, they are my favorites too..
ginny: yes, surely i will go .. but then got to pay this time.. hahaha..
Looks very professional. I love pinappe tarts, my sil is Nyonya, her sil makes them, and she always orders a jar for me when I was in Singapore.ReplyDelete
I prefer pineapple tarts. :DReplyDelete
What a big ball of pineapple jam! LOL!! My missus bought the rolled ones...ReplyDelete
Hey! Can see you in the mirror. Who's the one making the tarts? Your family member or you towkay neo, got helper at home. LOL!!!ReplyDelete
I no eat tarts, dont know why lah, may be sweet stuff i shun..ReplyDelete
hey claire san nin fai lok ya
Oops...it was your friend. Missed that the first time... Hehehehe!ReplyDelete
ann: yes, there are different ways of making it.. some like it sweet, while many does not..ReplyDelete
tekkaus: those are pineapple tarts! :)
stp: yes, i saw your rolled ones.. i have that at home too but not as nice.. that lady is my cell leader la..hahaha..she is the boss, i helper only... yeah, i saw myself in the mirror too..hahaa...
Nice cookiee! can i try?ReplyDelete
Happy Chinese New year 2011 to you and your lovely family.
Wish you prosperous, healthy, delightful & happy rabbit year!
the base looks unique, unlike the flat ones i'm used to.ReplyDelete
blessed new year to you & your family!
Looks sooooo gooooood.ReplyDelete
wowowowowowhoaaaa...those lovely little blooming pineapple tarts...I start to drool now...ReplyDelete
How do they look after the 'oven-bathing' dear?
I have just enjoyed your entire first page. WOW! Beautiful families, lots of talent, yummy FOOD! Thanks for having me.ReplyDelete
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