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Sandy Lee
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Hi, my name is Sandy and I live in Auckland with my husband and daughter. Welcome to My Happy Apron where I share my love of baking & cooking food from different countries and cultures. Nothing pleases me more than to see the faces of my family and friends light up when they try the food I made with love. So join me as I put on my apron and try out delicious and exciting recipes from around the world!
Hi, my name is Sandy and I live in Auckland with my husband and daughter. Welcome to My Happy Apron where I share my love of baking & cooking food from different countries and cultures. Nothing pleases me more than to see the faces of my family and friends light up when they try the food I made with love. So join me as I put on my apron and try out delicious and exciting recipes from around the world!

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Bread Case Salmon Pies
Here's a quick and easy way to prepare some delicious little savoury tarts for your breakfast or afternoon tea. The crispy toasts provides a crunchy outer crust for a creamy rich and tasty filling. You may also substitute the salmon with tuna flakes if you ...
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Chicken Nuggets
This is a healthier homemade version of chicken nuggets with minimal oil used. Choosing to bake them instead of frying is also a wise option but what's great about it is that it taste just as good and crispy too! Definitely better than the commercially proc...
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Rose Petal Ice Cream
I have never tried rose flavoured ice-cream before and this seems like a refreshing change from the usual flavours of ice-cream that I normally go for. I was initially worried about the rose flavour being too strong or overpowering but surprisingly it has a...
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Egg Tarts
I remember when my daughter went off to a school camp a few years back, I welcomed her home with a surprise homemade egg tart. This time round, before leaving for her school camp, she hinted at me and asked if I was going to welcome her with this yummy trea...
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Shepherd's Pie
I love shepherd's pie and used to have it when we eat out at the cafe. Being such a fan of it, I've decided to try my hands at making one for the family.  Surprisingly, it's not that difficult at all. It certainly made my day when my girl had her first mout...
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Almond Puff Pastries
These almond puff pastries are great as an afternoon snack or for kids' school morning tea break. I can't believe how easy it is to make them especially with the store bought ready rolled pastry. I just love the sweet flaky crunch of the pastry and let me w...
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Lemon Tart
A friend of mine had a good harvest from the trees in her backyard and was so kind to give me a bagful of lemons recently. My own pitiful little lemon tree unfortunately wasn't fruitful at all this year after giving me a good supply last year. Well, what do...
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Blueberry Roll-Up Cake
I enjoy making pretty looking cakes and today I decided to take a step further by trying out this roll-up cake that will give my guests a  pleasant surprise when I cut into the cake.  Instead of seeing horizontal layers inside, they will be surprised by ver...
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Vanilla Custard Slice
I'm a fan of Donna Hay and I just love her simple and delicious recipes. When I first saw her vanilla custard slices, I knew I just had to give it a try myself. Crisp on the top and bottom layers, while rich and creamy in between, it's simply a delightful d...
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Homemade Bailey's Chocolates
I've always love the liquor filled chocolates sold especially during the Christmas seasons. Decadent and pleasantly intoxicating, they're a real treat and delight to enjoy. I was surprised to find out that they are actually quite easy to make. And as long a...
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