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Marcasotes ng Bicol

Loading… Marcasotes or Marquesotes – is very similar to the portuguese sponge cake (Pão-de-Ló), the only difference is the baking style. Marcasotes is a native steamed cake  in Bicol cooked in handmade paper bags. Marcasotes ng Bicol (Marquesotes) INGREDIENTS: 8 egg whites 1 1/4 cup sugar 1 1/2 cup all purpose flour. INSTRUCTIONS: Beat the… Continue reading Marcasotes ng Bicol


Alfajores Cookies (Baguio City Delicacy)

Loading… Alfajor cookies, delicious dulce de leche cookies or alfajores, are buttery cookie sandwiches filled with sticky caramel (dulce de leche) and covered in powdered sugar. The cookies are like shortbread, crumbly at the same time with the slightest hint of citrus. Its shortbread sandwich cookie is made of flour, sugar, butter, lemon rind, salt… Continue reading Alfajores Cookies (Baguio City Delicacy)

Pork Recipes

Binagoongang Baboy  (Pampanga’s delicacy)

Loading… INGREDIENTS: 1/2 kl pork (cut into pieces) 1/4 cup oil 1/2 head garlic (crushed) 1 onion (sliced thinly) 1 large tomato (sliced) 2 Eggplant (Sliced) 1/2 cup bagoong alamang 1/2 cup vinegar 2 cups water Instructions: Fry pork pieces in hot oil. Saute garlic, onions, and tomatoes after pork has turned brown. Add the… Continue reading Binagoongang Baboy  (Pampanga’s delicacy)


San Nicolas Cookies -Pampanga’s Delicacy

Loading… (Panecillos de San Nicolas) San Nicolas Cookies – Pampanga’s Delicacy. The known keeper of Kapampangan San Nicolas Cookies is Lillian Lising-Borromeo, more popularly known as Atching Lillian shared how simple San Nicolas cookies are made out of basic ingredients. The cookies has intricate embroidered-like design that was shaped in a hand carved wooden mold… Continue reading San Nicolas Cookies -Pampanga’s Delicacy