Thursday, April 12, 2012

Sesame Cupcakes with Honey Meringue Frosting

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Hello everybody!

Finally I can share this amazing news. Today, I am guest posting Sesame Cupcakes over at Just One Cookbook! Nami - my blogger friend and the unremitting source of beautiful and delicious Japanese home cooking recipes - is away on a well-deserved family trip to her native country and took good care that her blog won't be neglected meanwhile.

Please head over to Just One Cookbook and check out Nami's recipes!


49 comments:

  1. Tobias, I'm also excited to have the first cupcake recipe on my blog! ^_^. Thank you so much for making this delicious recipe!

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  2. Tobias, nice to meeting you in Nami's blog. You have a nice blog and I am now become your follower. Happy Blogging!

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  3. Hi, Tobias! I'm very happy to discover your blog. As I have already said on Nami's blog, these cupcakes are beautiful and very original. Congratulations for the wonderful guest post!
    I must say I love your blog's original design and you make such extraordinary photos, I hope I can learn a lot from you :-) Thank you for visiting my blog and for the kind comment!

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  4. Hi Tobias, saw your guest post at Nami's so I thought I'd pop over. These cupcakes sound delicious and I especially love the honey meringue frosting!

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  5. Tobias, I just gushing over these tea cakes (specifically the icing!) over on Nami's Just One Cookbook blog - simply gorgeous. I'm new to your blog, but it's such fun to discover foodies I've never stumbled across before. I'm now subscribed so I can keep up :)

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  6. I was just over at Nami's and read your posting. I must say that it's a beautiful presentation of cupcake but what I love about it is the interest and intrigue that was created by the ingredient. I think it's brilliant. :)

    Your going to be a good food blogger, Tobias!

    ~ ray ~

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  7. Hi Tobias, the cupcakes are indeed different to the normal flavours, and quite lovely too. The frosting looks very tasty as well. How do you get your liners not to soak up the grease from the cupcakes?
    Congrats on the guest post.

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  8. I came here from Nmai's blog. You have done a great job with the guest post, congrats ! Great to get to know you and your wonderful blog :)

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  9. So happy to have found you through Nami. You are extremely talented.

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  10. I love this unique cupcake- very interesting blend of flavors. I will have to try this soon. You did a great job on Nami's blog- great bunch of picts also. I find your posts very intriguing. Keep up the good work.

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  11. Hi Tobias, I jumped in from Nami's, just want to say you've done a great job blog sitting for her:D love what you've created with sesame seeds!

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  12. Very nice photos Tobias! I always feel inspired after leaving from your blog! Really can't wait to try using sesame in my sweet treats.. Have a good weekend my friend. Huggss, Jo

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  13. Tobias, I saw these on Nami's blog and I just had to repin them as they look so delicious! :D

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  14. I saw this recipe on Nami's blog and love how original it is and how beautifully presented it is xx

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  15. Wow! really want to try one right now!

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  16. Your sesame cupcakes are gorgeous!

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  17. Yay, for your guest post! Beautiful cupcake--heading over to Nami's site now. :)

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  18. Wonderful guest post! Nice to "meet" you :)

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  19. huhu Tobias =D

    Just hopped of from Namis blog. I fell in love with your cupcakes!

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  20. Just loved your post at Nami's. Your cupcakes look divine! So happy to meet you.

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  21. I loved your guest post over on Nami's blog. Great photos!

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  22. Hi Tobias, loved your cupcakes I saw at Nami's. I love fusion ideas, and your photos are amazing, will have to be back to check on you. Have a great weekend.
    -Gina-

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  23. Liked your guest post in Nami's blog....its beautiful!. You have a great site...loving it:)

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  24. Looks really tasty, excellent shots!

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  25. Beautiful cupcakes! I am heading over to Nami's next :)
    Hope you are having a great weekend!

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  26. Lovely cupcakes! I did not think I had visited you before, but I have! Nice to be back...I enjoyed your guest post for Nami~

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  27. Saw these yummy cupcakes on Nami's blog..they look plump and cute..am sure would have tasted wonderful!

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  28. Tobías I have to say I really loved this recipe when I saw in the Nami post are absolutely wonderful!
    thanks for stopping by!

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  29. Stopping by to say hi (fr Nami's)
    Great post and photos...

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  30. Hi Tobias,

    These sound fantastic, but before I make them I just thought I'd ask to confirm what kind of sesame oil you use. Is it light or dark (roasted)? I'd assume you use light, since you're describing it as a neutral oil, which roasted sesame oil definitely isn't. In East Asian countries, roasted sesame oil is the norm, but 80ml of that in cupcakes would be pretty insane because it adds a lot of flavour.

    Could you let me know?

    Thanks!
    Claudia

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    1. Hi Claudia,

      You are absolutely right about the kind of oil: It's the light variety I'm using here for the very reason you have mentioned. With all the roasted sesame seeds already going in here, dark sesame oil would simply be overpowering. :)

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  31. Gorgeous Recipe Tobias...
    What a delightful cupcake, I could have never thought of sesame oil for cupcake...
    This really looks divine...

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  32. I nominated your inspiring blog for the Liebster Blog Award. I love your blog
    http://www.balticmaid.com/2012/04/liebster-blog-award/

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  33. These are too cute and delicious - what a tempting flavour combo :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  34. Tobias, thank you for sharing this great cupcake recipe, it looks wonderful!

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  35. I know I commented about these fabulous sounding cupcakes but it must have been on Nami's blog. You are so creative , I look forward to reading more of your recipes.

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  36. Hey Tobias! I just wanted to let you know that I nominated your blog for a Liebster Award. I really like your work!

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  37. Tobias -- so happy to have you over on Nami's blog :)

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  38. I saw this at Nami's site and they look adorable, I love the fusion happening here Asian flavours in a cupcake.

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  39. Sesame cupcakes, Oh I am intrigues and what with honey meringues, I so need to check these out.

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  40. This recipe is truly divine. I've just been introduced to your blog through this guest post, and have fallen in love already. Happy to be following along with your adventures in the kitchen :)

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  41. Not only these cupcakes look lovely but what an amazing recipe too! Love innovative recipes; Well done! Will certainly try this recipe coz I'm really intrigue by the soya sauce as one of the ingredient! Awesome! :)

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  42. Tobias, just after you shot to fame from guest posting on Nami's blog, you go and disappear on us! It's over a month now, I'm waiting for your next post... Have you gotten into a bit of a blogging funk too (as I have)? Let's shake it off together, man!

    Btw, these sesame cupcakes are awesome. Plus, I could never frost anything as beautifully as you have :).

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  43. Wooow, the cupcakes are awesome !

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  44. Ho Tobias, just drop by to say hi. It has been I have not seen a new post from you. Hope all is well.

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  45. Precioso se ve muy lindo maravillosos,abrazos.

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