Easy Pork Hamonado Recipe using Pork Belly | Foxy Folksy
Get this recipe of Pork Hamonado that has a perfect balance of sweet and savory and with meat so tender, it melts in your mouth.
Pan de Siosa - Woman Scribbles
Pan de Siosa, a soft, pull part bread topped with generous toppings of butter, sugar and cheese! It is a delightful bread that you will surely make again and again.
Ensaymada – Sweet Filippino Buns
When I was asked to do a Guest Post for "Go Bake Yourself", I was extremely excited by the opportunity! The author, Choc Chip Uru is a young teen who grew up in Aussie land. She's definitely one of the most inspiring teens I have ever met to date! I must say, don't judge a…
Two more days until we are basking in Hawaii! This weekend we said farewell to our Los Angeles friends with a potluck party in our front yard. While we are looking forward to our island adventures during our sabbatical, it is hard to leave so many dear friends for six months. But rest assured,…
Ube Mamon Sift together dry ingredients: 2 cups cake flour 1 cup sugar (divided) 1 teaspoon baking powder In a large bowl, combine wet ingredients: 1/2 cup water 1/2 cup evaporated milk 1/2 cup cor…
Maja Blanca Espesyal
Maja Blanca Espesyal is a rich and creamy coconut milk pudding with corn kernels and latik topping. Perfect as a snack or dessert!
Yema Recipe (How to make Classic Yema) - Recipe Ni Juan
The Yema Recipe is a sugary Custard Filipino Delicacy with only 4 ingredients, usually bought from Pasalubong Centers here in the Philippines.
Goldilocks (Bake Book)
I was curious about the Goldilocks bake book and was not able to buy it but luckily found some recipes online. Today I'm going to share with you some of the recipes from their bake book which I already tried. If you're going to ask if they tastes like from the Goldilocks', why not give them a…
Ingredients A 100 ml lukewarm water 2 tsp instant yeast 2 tbsp sugar 4 tbsp plain flour Ingredients B 350 ml coconut milk 2 stalks lemongrass - bruised 6 pieces kaffir leaves - crushed roughly 1 tsp turmeric powder Ingredients C 2 whole eggs 8 egg yolks 8 tbsp tapioca flour or 100 g 4…
Twisted Bitsu-Bitsu / Soft Pilipit
INGREDIENTS: 3 cups bread flour 1- 1 1/2 cups all purpose flour 1/4 cup sugar + 1 tbsp 1/2 tsp salt 1 pouch or 2 1/4 tsp rapid rise yeast 3 egg yolks 3/4 cups milk 1/2 cup melted...
Sapin Sapin - Ang Sarap
Sapin sapin is a sticky rice cake from the Philippines, it originated in a northern province called Abra. The name came from the word sapin which means sheets or layer, it is also the main characteristic of this rice cake, its vibrant multi coloured layers.
Filipino-inspired flavors: Ube macarons
Coming back from a recent trip to my homeland in Southeast Asia, I brought with me a lot of ideas/inspirations for baking macarons. This is the first of a series I’m planning on trying out in the next couple of posts.* Halayang ube is one of the Filipino sweets I liked so much while I was…
Filipino Style Coconut Macaroons - Ang Sarap
Filipino Style Coconut Macaroons are sweet confections that are made out of dried coconut strips mixed with eggs, butter and condensed milk which are baked then served like mini muffins.