A yellow orange texture type of steamed rice cake, with a jelly-like chewy consistency topped with fresh grated meat from mature coconut. The most common shape was round, steamed in a colored plastic mold or cupcake baking pan. The Kutchinta that we are making for this post, is something like the traditional snack that you could buy from the
Fiesta cake is a cake made with fiesta or fruit cocktail mix fruits with raisin and chopped cashew nuts. A cake that simply has fruit in it as an ingredient can also be colloquially called a fiesta cake. This cake is packed with more than just fruits, the raisin and cashew nuts adds a delectable taste
Filipinos love this delicious egg-based dessert, a soft and creamy custard made of eggs, milk and caramel for topping. customarily served in every celebratory occasions like, feast and birthday party. “Leche Flan” A dessert with a perfect pairing of sweet, rich caramel and creamy custard. We are going to make a different variety of flan, with a
Whether it’s a seafood or poultry, Inasal is a grilled dish marinated in a special blend of spices by the Ilonggos. One of the well known Ilonggo dishes, wherein chicken breast with wing and thigh grilled over hot coals. There are some places where muscles are skewered, marinated and grilled. In our recipe, we will use the shrimp as the main
These crunchy Chocolate Biscotti are filled with chunks of chocolate chips and toasted hazelnuts, and with a deep chocolate flavor that comes from the cocoa powder. Perfect for dunking in your coffee or as a teatime treat. Preparing this delicious early morning breakfast is easy, using a few simple ingredients that are commonly seen in our pantry.
They’ve been called “Binangkal”, a Visayan popular snack or breakfast served with hot cocoa or coffee. We’ve loved doughnuts since before they were hip. Deep fried or bake, leavened or cake-like, glazed or field with cream, but the best doughnuts are those traditional deep fried bread like that we serve with local barako coffee or pandan tea.
Pansit Negra is a Cavite and neighboring shoreline provinces favorite seafood noodle, traditional recipe for this dish calls for cephalopod ink from baby octopus or squid that makes the noodles black. Sotanghon [eng; Cellophane Noodles] ; also known as Chinese vermicelli, bean threads, bean thread noodles, crystal noodles, or glass noodles are a type of transparent noodle made from starch (such as
Longganisa [long-gah-nee-sah] refers to sausages season with traditional native spices, varies in each region or province having its own choices of spices and ingredients. Longganisang Vigan from Vigan, Ilocos Sur is garlicky, spicy, tangy, and salty with the distinct pungent aroma, marinated in garlic and basi or sugarcane vinegar. Longganisang Lucban from the towns of Sariaya, Tayabas, Lucena and Lucban
Flour [tagalog arina] is a powder made by grinding uncooked cereal grains, seeds and roots. Potato, cassava, sago, soya, banana, ubi, glutinous are type of flours from the indigenous materials, while wheat, bread, all purpose and cake flour are classified as the main baking ingredients in making bread, cakes and pastries which are a staple food for many parts of the Philippines.
Chicken Eggs are commonly used in many types of dishes, both sweet and savory, including many baked goods. You may have noticed that the eggs come in a variety of sizes ranging from peewee to jumbo. or sometimes eggs in the same carton may appear to be different sizes. Their weight will always be within a similar range, unless
Kape Barako [Bah-rah-koh] (English: Baraco coffee) is a rare and exotic coffee grown primarily in the Philippines, has become a generic name for all coffee particularly from the province of Batangas and Cavite. The real Barako beans is actually Philippine Liberica and is known for its strong taste, powerful body, and a distinctly pungent aroma. One
Baked puto that looks like a cookie or biscuit with a bursting buttery flavor, it crumbles when bitten into many pieces.
Crispy Pato Asado is a dish which consists of a whole duck cooked low and slow in a sweet and savory sauce. As a variation of the popular Filipino Spanish asado or barbeque, this recipe was created. Phillipine Asado Duck is simply a marinated duck braised in soy sauce or simmering in sweet, salty and sour broth. The method of preparation as well as the ingredients is