Tagged: Dessert

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Strawberry French Macarons

It was a proud parent moment when I saw my daughter patiently makes her first macaron and she nailed it. It was a very laborious process as I had my go with it several times before and now after I got tired making it she took over and gave it...

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Kulambo

Kulambo is a type of netting placed on top and around your bed to ward of mosquitoes at night and have a good night sleep and I don’t know why our rice cake for today is named like such. Kulambo is a type of rice cake popular in Pangasinan, basically...

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Masikoy

Palitaw as most Filipino’s know it is a simple rice cake or what Filipinos called “kakanin” prepared with glutinous rice flour with a bit of water to make into a flat dough then cooked in boiling water until it floats, coated with sugar, coconut and toasted sesame seeds. Masikoy on...

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White Chocolate and Macadamia Brownie

Was planning to do some baking the other day since I haven’t baked for ages, was lazy to go to the supermarket to buy some ingredients so I challenged myself to make something out of the pantry ingredients I have at the moment. Upon opening the pantry luckily, I have...

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Palitaw sa Latik

Palitaw is a rice dish made with glutinous rice flour dough cooked by boiling it in liquid like water or coconut milk. Cooking is quite simple, you only drop the dough and once it floats it means it’s already cooked, that’s where it got its name from “palitaw” meaning to...

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Saba con Yelo

I know in the Northern Hemisphere its getting warmer and on my end, its getting colder so it’s a perfect time for you guys in the Philippines or even the States to enjoy a dessert drink like our post today. Saba con Yelo or what other call Saging con Hielo...

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Meringue, Custard, Blueberry and Passionfruit

This dish was inspired by the one we ordered at Black Barn Bistro where we had a nearly similar dessert but made with mascarpone cream filled in an eggshell shaped meringue. We really liked that dessert, it is a perfect balance of sweetness, tanginess and creaminess on a plate hence...

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Japanese Cheesecake

Japanese Cheesecake is a type of cheesecake created in Hakata, Japan by Tetsushi Mizokami in 1985 in an establishment called Hanajam on Oyafukou Street. Tetsushi Mizokami, has a rich restaurant and career journey, when he was introduced to an Australian cheese he loved it and he started to use it...

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Puto Bumbong

Puto Bumbong is a type of street food also considered as a delicacy that us traditionally served during the Christmas season, a rice cake made of steamed black glutinous rice (puto) called “pirurutong” cooked in bamboo (bumbong) then served with margarine, grated coconut and palm sugar granules. December 16 marks...

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Serradura

Usually desserts taste better the fresher it is, not the case on this dessert as this one taste better on the second or third day but don’t have it later than that as this contains fresh cream. Serradura, Macau pudding or sawdust pudding is a very popular dessert in Macau,...