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Banana Que Recipe

Loading… Skewered Cardava Bananas or Banana Que in caramelized sugar. All time favorite afternoon snack of Filipinos. My favorite Filipino street food! Banana Plantains fried in tons of brown sugar! Banana Que INGREDIENTS: 16 pcs. semi ripe/ripe saging na Saba, peeled (cardava banana)1/2 cup brown sugar + extra sprinkle3 cups Vegetable cooking oil INSTRUCTIONS: 1.… Continue reading Banana Que Recipe

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Kakanin · Merienda

Palitaw sa Panutsa Sauce

Loading… Another native Filipino kakanin from the province with abundant sugar cane plantations. The makers of Panutsa/Panotcha like the provinces of Pangasinan and Ilocos. In other provinces it is also known as Sinakob, Tagapulot, Pulitipot, Panotcha or Sugar Cane Mollases. This dark sugar cane mollases is like a (half sphere) bao in shape and has… Continue reading Palitaw sa Panutsa Sauce

Filipino Native Food · Merienda · Pancit

Pancit Luglog

Loading… Pancit Luglog uses thick rice noodles, while all know that Pancit Palabok uses thin rice noodles. But do you know the difference between Pancit Malabon and Pancit Luglog? These noodle dishes have thick rice noodles and have the same shrimp sauce topped with a variety of savory ingredients. So what’s make it distinct to… Continue reading Pancit Luglog

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Merienda · Pancit

Pancit Marilao Recipe

Loading… The Origin of Pancit Marilao, Bulacan A Story by Noel Santos:“She met this girl almost seven years ago, a fourth generation and descendant of Japanese diaspora, of whom their relatives were from Malabon and Marilao. And the story was this, sometime in March in 1899, people, men, women and children were shooed, from Malabon… Continue reading Pancit Marilao Recipe

Baon Tips · Donuts · Merienda

Sugar Donuts (Filipino Style)

Loading… Who doesn’t love a fresh and warm sugar donuts? Start frying some sugar doughnuts today. These yeast-raised doughnuts are soft, fluffy and so easy to do. You can sprinkle sugar, fill it with whipped cream, jam or even fill it with nutella. These are unbelievably delicious and ideal for breakfast, afternoon snack or late… Continue reading Sugar Donuts (Filipino Style)

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin · Merienda · Puto Recipe · Puto Recipes

MATCHA PUTO (Green Tea)

Loading… Have you tried the matcha flavored puto yet! For the matcha fans..you will definitely enjoy this japanese flavored puto. Happy cooking and enjoy your Matcha puto. MATCHA PUTO (Green Tea) Servings: 2 dozens INGREDIENTS: 2 cups All Purpose Flour, sifted 2 tbsp Baking Powder, sifted 2 eggs, beaten 1 tsp Vanilla Flavor (Mccormick is… Continue reading MATCHA PUTO (Green Tea)

Breakfast · Filipino Native Food · Merienda · Rice · Soups

Triple Chocolate Champorado with Ice cream

Loading… Triple Chocolate Champorado with Ice Cream! Do I need to say more? It’s everything you ever wanted in one snack. Your favorite comfort food just got better and better.. If you are a chocolate lover, this triple chocolate champorado with Ice cream is everything in one! Got some loads of extra dark chocolates and… Continue reading Triple Chocolate Champorado with Ice cream

Filipino Native Food · Merienda · Street food

Crispy Camote Fries 

Loading… Crispy Camote Fries Ingredients: 1/2 kg Kamote, peeled and cut into 1 inch strips. 1/2 cup all purpose flour 1 Tbsp baking powder 1 tsp sugar pinch of salt water just enough to make a thin batter Oil for deep frying Instructions: Combine flour, baking powder, sugar and salt. Mix together then slowly add… Continue reading Crispy Camote Fries 

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Hopia Munggo

Hopia Munggo, hopia ube, hopia pandan, hopia custard, hopia combi! You can make all these today with this recipe. I really miss eating these hopia. My mom will always bring home Eng Bee Tin Hopia from Binondo. With this recipe, you can easily make your own even if there’s no Eng Bee Tin store near… Continue reading Hopia Munggo

Filipino Native Food · Merienda

Pinaypay na Saging (Banana Fan Fritters)

Pinaypay na Saging (Banana Fan Fritters) are slices of banana plantains (saging na saba) coated in batter, deep fried in oil and sprinkled with sugar. For some people they call it Maruya, but in Cebu they call it Pinaypay and in Bicol they call it Sinapot. It is a favorite Filipino afternoon snack. For some… Continue reading Pinaypay na Saging (Banana Fan Fritters)

Bread · Filipino Native Food · Merienda

Pinoy Cheese Bread Rolls 

These Pinoy Cheese Bread Rolls are my favorite classic merienda (snack). Try it and you’ll crave for more! Pinoy Cheese bread rolls are cheesy and jumbo in size. Great for any afternoon snacks or merienda feels! Your picky eater will surely love these. So yummy-licious and fresh from the hot oven. Hope you enjoy it!… Continue reading Pinoy Cheese Bread Rolls 

Chinese Food · Food Business · Merienda

Ube Pao Recipe

Ube Pao Recipe for all ube lovers out there (purple yam). Ube is a favorite Filipino dessert. That’s why no wonder you find these dessert variance in any Filipino goodies. The international scene have already notice a craze for this colorful purple dessert, like The Insiders post –  The hottest new food on Instagram is… a… Continue reading Ube Pao Recipe

Filipino Native Food · Merienda

Tinutungang Munggo Recipe

Tinutungang Munggo Recipe is a sweet glutinous rice porridge with toasted mung beans and thick coconut milk sauce (monggo or munggo beans in tagalog). This is my favorite classic Filipino merienda recipe back in my childhood days, while some will call it Ginataang Munggo or Ginataang Totong. According to comments on our Facebook post: “In… Continue reading Tinutungang Munggo Recipe

Desserts · Filipino Native Food · Merienda

Minatamis na Saging Recipe (Caramelized Plantains Dessert)

Minatamis na Saging Recipe (Caramelized Plantains Dessert) are one of my comfort food. It is a Filipino favorite afternoon snack and dessert. I love it more when the bananas are so soft and ripe with very thick brown caramelized sugar. I can remember how our house would smell like pandan when my mom cooks our… Continue reading Minatamis na Saging Recipe (Caramelized Plantains Dessert)

Mama's Recipes · Merienda · Pizza · Sandwich

Pizza Rolls Recipe

If you love pizza then this Pizza Rolls recipe is just perfect for you, your family. Kids will surely love this Pizza Rolls recipe. Super easy to make snack on any day or special occasion. This pizza roll is definitely Filipino style recipe. Try it! Ingredients: Gardenia Tasty Bread 1 pack CDO Sweet style ham… Continue reading Pizza Rolls Recipe

Filipino Native Food · Ice Candy · Ice Cream · Merienda

ICE SCRAMBLE RECIPE (Filipino Style)

How to make your own Ice Scramble Recipe (Filipino Style). This Ice Scramble Recipe or locals call it Iskrambol is a classic streetfood favorite of kids or kids at heart. It’s your ultimate childhood treat to any Filipino. They are traditionally sold in streets outside public elementary schools back in the days in the Philippines.… Continue reading ICE SCRAMBLE RECIPE (Filipino Style)

Desserts · Merienda

Kalabasa Turon

Ingredients: 1/2 curve size kalabasa (or pumpkin) 1/2 cup condensed milk 2 tbsp unsalted butter 1 whole egg 1 tspn. Vanilla extract 1 tbsp sugar 1 tbsp honey Pinch of salt Turon wrapper Instructions: Wash, peel, boil and drain pumpkins or squash. Slice into 1-inch size. In a shallow pot, pour cold water until it covers… Continue reading Kalabasa Turon

Desserts · Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Holiday Recipes · Merienda

UBE HALAYA SPECIAL

The very famous kakanin in the Philippines! Ube halaya is now conquering international scene. This Ube halaya is my forever favorite dessert (I bet everyone will agree to this). The secret to the best smooth ube purple yam dessert is using a grinder, an electric mixer or hand mixer. Just it and follow the recipe.… Continue reading UBE HALAYA SPECIAL

Filipino Native Food · Merienda

Minatamis na Kamote, Saging at Sago

Ingredients: 2 cups  sweet potato, cubes 1 cup sliced saging na saba 1 cup brown sugar 2 cups water ½ cup langka, strips (alternative flavor pandan leaves) 1 cup sago, cooked Instructions: In small pot, mix sugar and water and stir until diluted. Let it boil over high heat and let it simmer until the… Continue reading Minatamis na Kamote, Saging at Sago

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin · Lutong Bahay (Tagalog Version) · Merienda · Puto Recipe · Puto Recipes

Milky Chocolate Marble Puto

Milky Chocolate Marble Puto INGREDIENTS: 1 cup cake Flour 1 cup all Purpose flour 1 1/2 cup evap 1 cup sugar 1 1/2 tbsp. baking powder (I used calumet) 1/4 tsp. Baking soda (optional/kahit wala) 3 tbsp. melted Dairy Creme (or margarine or oil) 3 eggs 1 tsp. Vanilla 2 tbsp Hershey’s Cocoa Powder INSTRUCTIONS:… Continue reading Milky Chocolate Marble Puto

Kakanin · Lutong Bahay (Tagalog Version) · Merienda · Puto Recipe · Puto Recipes

PUTO CAKE

Ingredients: 2 cups all purpose flour 1 ½ tbsp baking powder 1/2 cup evaporated milk 2 eggs, beaten Cheddar cheese, cut into strips for 1/2 cup white sugar 1/2 cup butter 1 cup water Toppings: Cheese or Salted egg, hiniwa ng maninipis Instructions: Ihanda at magpakulo ng tubig sa steamer, lagyan ito ng 1 tbsp… Continue reading PUTO CAKE

Merienda · Pastries

HOMEMADE CHURROS

HOMEMADE CHURROS Ingredients: 1 cup water 2 1/2 tablespoons white sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 cup all-purpose flour 2 quarts oil for frying 1/2 cup white sugar, or to taste (garnish optional) 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon (garnish) Instructions: Heat 2 ½ tbsp sugar, water, 2 tbsp vegetable oil, salt in a… Continue reading HOMEMADE CHURROS

Filipino Native Food · Merienda · Soups

Champorado with Coconut Milk

The aroma of coconut milk smells so delicious. I’ve never smelled a champorado as good as this. Perfectly creamy, delicious chocolatey madness. What is Champorado? Champorado is a chocolate rice porridge that Filipino loves to eat for breakfast. It is a Filipino staple breakfast. And my favorite childhood breakfast. I remember, I will wake up… Continue reading Champorado with Coconut Milk

Bread · Filipino Native Food · Merienda

HOMEMADE PIAYA RECIPE

When you see a Piaya on the table, it only means one thing for sure. It’s merienda time! Do you miss eating Piaya? It’s so crunchy and flaky specialy when serve fresh and warm from the grildle. It’s one of the best Filipino snack ever. It is a sweet toasted flatbread. It has thin crust… Continue reading HOMEMADE PIAYA RECIPE

Filipino Native Food · Merienda

Turon Malagkit (Lebak)

Turon Malagkit of Sultan Kudarat Lebak is turon made of malagkit or glutinous rice. It is a native merienda delicacy in Sultan Kudarat. It’s a new twist of the traditional turon made of banana. You can also add langka and ube for variety. You must try it, ultimate turon ever! Ingredients: ½ kilo glutinous rice… Continue reading Turon Malagkit (Lebak)

Filipino Native Food · Holiday Recipes · Merienda · Pastries

Macaroons (A Holiday Recipe)

This macaroons recipe is a level up recipe specially made for the coming Holiday season. Give it as a gift, giveaways or sell it in boxes of sweet treats! Happy baking and Happy Holidays! Macaroons (A Holiday Recipe) Ingredients: 2 cups dessicated coconut 1 (14 ounce) can condensed milk 1/2 cup cheddar cheese, grated 1/2… Continue reading Macaroons (A Holiday Recipe)

Filipino Native Food · Merienda

How to Make Binangkal

Ingredients: 2 1/2 cups flour 1/4 tsp salt 1/2 tsp baking soda 2 tsp baking powder 3/4 cups brown sugar 2/3 cups water 2 tbsp oil Sesame seeds   Instructions: 1. Sift together dry ingredients. 2. Mix brown sugar, water and oil then add to flour mixture. Mix until well-blended. 3. Using a teaspoon, take… Continue reading How to Make Binangkal

Asian Food · Chinese Food · Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Food Business · Merienda · Street food

Siopao Asado

If you want to know why Siopao turns yellowish in color. In this recipe I will teach you the technique on how to make a pure white Siopao Asado. Learn why some siopao turns into yellowish dough instead of pure white. For your Homemade Siopao Sauce recipe also check this recipe. Siopao Asado Recipe INGREDIENTS: Dough ingredients:… Continue reading Siopao Asado

Filipino Native Food · Merienda

Ampaw (Puffed Rice)

Ampaw or ampao (Puffed Rice) is a favorite merienda in Liloan, Cebuano. It’s crunchy, sticky and yummy sweet Ampao from Liloan, Cebu. Ampaw or ampao is made from dried cooked rice or better known as known as rice crispies in other countries. The rice grains are cooked and sun-dried. Then, fried in hot oil to… Continue reading Ampaw (Puffed Rice)

Merienda

APPLE TURON

Ingredients: 4 golden delicious apples, cored and shredded 1 tablespoon lemon juice 3/4 cup light brown sugar 3 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon cinnamon Spring roll wrappers Cooking oil for frying Melted caramel candy for drizzling (optional) Instructions: 1. Put the apples, lemon juice, brown sugar, butter, cinnamon and flour in a… Continue reading APPLE TURON

Filipino Native Food · Merienda · Pancit · Soups

PANCIT LOMI

PANCIT LOMI Ingredients: 2 pounds lomi noodles 1/2 pound pork belly, sliced into strips and boiled until tender 1/2 pound shrimps, shelled & deveined 1/4 pound quekiam, sliced into strips 1 small onion, chopped 3 cloves garlic, minced 1/2 small cabbage, shredded 8 cups chicken broth 2 tablespoons cooking oil 1 tablespoon cornstarch, dissolved in… Continue reading PANCIT LOMI

Filipino Native Food · Merienda

TURON WITH LANGKA

What is Turon with Langka? Its made of fresh slices of Candava/Plantain Bananas with Jackfruit strips wrapped in spring roll wrappers, fried in oil with melted brown sugar syrup. What a perfect dessert! TURON WITH LANGKA Ingredients: 6 pcs saging na saba, cut in half lengthwise (banana plantains) 1 cup ripe langka (jackfruit) 1 1/2… Continue reading TURON WITH LANGKA

Filipino Native Food · Merienda

Maruya

These maruya’s are fluffy! Yummmm… Ingredients: 1 cup sifted all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 2 eggs 1/2 cup milk 1 teaspoon vegetable oil 2 cups cooking oil, for deep frying Ripe saba or plantain bananas, sliced lengthwise Sugar, for coating Instructions: 1.  Sift dry ingredients (flour, baking powder & salt) into… Continue reading Maruya

Bread · Filipino Native Food · Merienda

Siopao Asado Rolls (Baked)

(Yield: 20 pcs) Part A 4 teaspoons active dry yeast 1 1/2 teaspoons sugar 1 cup lukewarm water Part B 1/2 cup evaporated milk 1/2 cup lukewarm water 1 egg plus 2 egg yolks 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 1/2 cup sugar 1/2 cup (1 stick butter), softened 6 3/4 cup to 8 cups flour (all-purpose… Continue reading Siopao Asado Rolls (Baked)

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Merienda

Saging na Turon

Have you tried Saging na Turon ala Mode (Ube Ice cream scoop on top). Thats my favorite combo, super duper yummy combo ever. These Turons are a classic childhood merienda of every Filipino. Serve it with some drizzle of caramel on top for that extra treat or even condensed milk. Yummy! Saging na Turon INGREDIENTS: 6… Continue reading Saging na Turon

Bars · Brownies & Bars · Filipino Native Food · Merienda

Ube Bars

Here’s another recipe you shouldn’t missed out…great home business you can make at home. 🙂 UBE BAR BREAD!!!! Ingredients: • Ube Bread: • 4 cups bread flour • 1 packet instant yeast • ¾ cup milk • ¼ cup melted butter • ⅔ cup water • ½ cup sugar • 1 tbsp. McCormick Ube flavoring… Continue reading Ube Bars

Filipino Native Food · Merienda

HOW TO MAKE TURON HALO-HALO

Ingredients: 1 kilo prepared halo-halo (without shaved ice), placed in freezer 8 Chinese lumpia wrappers 1/2 cup cornstarch paste 1 cup brown sugar oil for deep-frying chocolate syrup sesame seeds Mama’s Guide Instructions: Cut the frozen halo-halo into small blocks. Place in wrappers, roll and paste edges to secure that they will not open. Deep-fry… Continue reading HOW TO MAKE TURON HALO-HALO

Desserts · Filipino Native Food · Merienda

Lecheroons (Baked)

Macaroons with Leche flan (Lecheroons) Macaroons with Leche Flan on Top! Sinfully addicting..All time best seller desserts..❤ LECHEROONS RECIPE (BAKED) Yield: 9-12 cupcakes INGREDIENTS: 1 397 grams tin of sweetened condensed milk 2 whole eggs 4 egg yolks 1/4 c. melted butter 1 tsp. vanilla extract 2/3 c. desiccated coconut INSTRUCTIONS Prepare and preheat the… Continue reading Lecheroons (Baked)

Filipino Native Food · Merienda

How to Cook Ginataang Mais

How to Cook Ginataang Mais (Sweetcorn Rice Porridge in Coconut milk) Ingredients: 1 cup corn kernels, dry ½ cup malagkit rice, washed 5 cups thick coconut milk Salt and sugar to taste Cooking Instructions: Over medium heat, boil malagkit rice in coconut milk until half cooked. Add corn kernels, sugar, and salt . Turn down… Continue reading How to Cook Ginataang Mais

Filipino Native Food · Mama's Recipes · Merienda

Ginataang Mais at Munggo

Ingredients: 6 cups coconut milk (I used coconut milk in cans) ¾ cups sweet rice (malagkit) 1 cup toasted and grounded munggo 1 can sweet corn 1 cup sugar ¼ cup fresh langka slices (alternatively: 1 tsp vanilla flavor or pandan leaves) ¼ teaspoon salt (optional)   Instructions: Heat a non stick pan (without oil)… Continue reading Ginataang Mais at Munggo

Asian Food · Chinese Food · Merienda

How to make a Homemade Hopiang Hapon

How to make a Homemade Hopiang Hapon is an easy step by step guide on how to make your favorite hopia. In asian countries they call hopia as mooncake. I love hopia, it’s my childhood favorite merienda. I remember buying these in the nearest sari sari stores back in the old days. Nowadays, you can… Continue reading How to make a Homemade Hopiang Hapon

Bread · Chinese Food · Filipino Native Food · Merienda

Siopao Bola bola

The secret to a white fluffy Siopao Bola bola or a.k.a Pork Steamed buns is using lard or shortening instead of butter or vegetable oil. The yellowish color of butter or oil will change the color of your dough. So it is better to use shortening or lard in your dough. Preparation: First, prepare a… Continue reading Siopao Bola bola

Appetizers · Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Merienda · Street food

How to make Pinoy Cheese Sticks

Masarap na meryenda..kapag walang magawa. Processed cheese wrapped in spring roll wrappers and deep fried for a crunchy bite, rolled into cheese powder with your all time favorite Mayo-ketchup dippings. It is one of Pinoy’s top streetfood favorite. Happy cooking..enjoy! How to make Pinoy Cheese Sticks Ingredients: 10-15 lumpia wrappers 100 grams (3.5 oz.) cheddar… Continue reading How to make Pinoy Cheese Sticks

Cookies · Filipino Native Food · Merienda

Sylvanas

Sylvanas or Silvana is a cashew meringue wafer. It is a classic favorite of many pinoy. Though it is mispelled most of the time. Like, Sylvanas or silvanna. I became curious too, what might be the exact correct spelling? So I checked Wikipedia. A silvana is a Filipino dessert. It is a frozen cookie made… Continue reading Sylvanas

Filipino Native Food · Merienda

Ginataang Halo-halo

Ginataang halo-halo for any weather! How about preparing a yummy rainy day favorite? Yummm! Kids will surely get excited to know your preparing a Ginataang Halo-halo. Here’s another version recipe of our Ginataang Halo-halo.   Ingredients: 1 kilo glutinous rice dough, formed into small balls 2 pc sweet potato, peeled and diced 2 pc banana… Continue reading Ginataang Halo-halo

Breakfast · Merienda

Pinoy Hotdog Waffles

Ang Pinoy Hotdog Waffles ay isa sa mga favorite pinoy merienda. At dahil marami ng nagtitinda ng waffle maker. Maari mo ng bilhin ang lutuan ng waffle sa pinaka malapit na mall sa inyong lugar or pwede mo rin itong orderin sa Lazada, ito ay nagkakahalaga ng 700 pesos. At pwede ka ng magorder online na… Continue reading Pinoy Hotdog Waffles

Filipino Native Food · Merienda

Dinuguan and Puto Calasiao

Dinuguan and puto calasiao is a classic merienda we grew up with. What perfect combination that every Filipino craves for when away from home.  Tara na at ating lutuin today ang dinuguan and puto calasiao! Happy cooking mga ka-MGR. Enjoy! Dinuguan Recipe Ingredients: Dinuguan: 1/2 kg pork belly, cut into small cubes 100 g. of… Continue reading Dinuguan and Puto Calasiao