Hello hello! I hope everybody is keeping well and staying safe during this COVID-19 pandemic. I’m sure it has been a rough time for many with all that lockdown measures and more. We’re all in this together but I strongly believe we will ultimately overcome COVID-19. Continue to stay strong, stay positive and most importantly, stay healthy, peeps.
Really been a long while since I posted anything on my blog. There were a few times when I thought of totally giving up on this blog. In fact, I had probably dropped hints in some of my previous posts as I was juggling too many things at once. Hence my blog had been sadly neglected. At the moment, I’ve no plans to dive right into regular blogging like previous times but I will share travel posts, food reviews and/or recipes every now and then so as to keep this blog going. Thanks to those who have been keeping in touch regularly, reading & commenting on my posts and/or trying out my recipes. Thank you for your continued support even though I was on a hiatus. Thank you, thank you! ??
New Accolades – Thank you!
Recently, Spring Tomorrow has been named one of 33 Best Lifestyle Blogs In Singapore by Best In Singapore. And they have also listed us as one of Top 30 Lifestyle Bloggers You Should Follow in 2020. What an honour! Thank you, Best in Singapore! 🙂 *applause applause* ??
For my comeback post today, I want to share a recipe of this popular Taiwanese breakfast dish that you shouldn’t miss when visiting Taiwan. It’s a must eat!
A Must Eat Breakfast Food in Taiwan
Egg Pancake Roll or 蛋饼 (Dan Bing) is one of my favourite breakfast foods to eat when visiting Taiwan. I particularly love the egg pancake rolls from 永和豆漿 (Yong He Dou Jiang) and 阜杭豆漿 (Fuhang Soy Milk). If you plan to travel to Taipei (after travel restrictions are eased in time to come of course), you definitely have to check out these two breakfast places where they serve up a sumptuous spread of salty soy milk, shaobing, radish cake and more. Yum! *salivating* ??
These egg pancake rolls are really versatile as you can eat them on their own with some chilli or XO sauce or enjoy them with any filling that you like such as meat floss, ham, cheese, etc. I had kimchi and shredded cucumber in mine and they tasted so good too! Refreshing! ?
Do give this recipe a try and create your favourite combos with different fillings. ?
- 95g plain flour
- 30g sweet potato flour
- 200ml water
- small pinch of salt
- 1 tsp sunflower oil or use cooking spray
- 3 heaped tbsp chopped spring onions
- 2 eggs
- cooking spray
- kimchi & shredded cucumber as filling