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.
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.
Baked puto that looks like a cookie or biscuit with a bursting buttery flavor, it crumbles when bitten into many pieces.