We've only been to three restaurants so far. First, it was Vietnam Cafe (really yummy Vietnamese food); then last week we had sushi at Kona Grill. Today, it was Thai at Lulu's.
mooncake doughmooncake filling - red bean
Then you put the dough (with filling inside) into this yellow contraption that makes the shape of the mooncake, and out pops the mooncake and seen below.
This is me patting down the dough inside the yellow contraption.
I was at the end of the mooncake making line so I was in charge of popping out the mooncakes onto the baking sheets.
I'm not sure how long you bake the mooncakes for, but below is a picture of the mooncakes after it's done baking. Each mooncake is cut into fours here because we were about ready to serve it to a group of about 75 people.
Now, if I only knew the exact recipe and where to get that yellow mooncake contraption, I can make my own from now on!