Shared Recipe. Maja Blanca

Here is another version of the Maja Blanca shared to us by Claire Pfendle of Rochester, New York. Her blog, clairebakescakes, features different interesting cake recipes. Thanks for sharing Claire!

Let’s consolidate our skills and passion.If you have recipes to share, don’t think twice. Check out our Share Your Recipes page.

Maja Blanca

She writes:

This Filipino sweet / dessert is super easy and no baking required.

Ingredients:

1 Cup cornstarch
1 Small can corn kernels
1 Can coconut milk
1 Can evaporated Milk (not the small can)
1 Cup sugar
1/2 cup crushed peanuts
1/2 cup raisins (optional)

Procedure:

1. Place cornstarch, corn kernels, coconut milk, evaporated Milk and sugar on a medium sauce pan and blend well with a whisk until all the lumps are pretty much gone and disappear.

2. Turn the heat on medium / low and bring to a boil, stirring constantly to prevent lumps. You literally have to continue stirring or the bottom will burn and lump up.

3. Stir for 5 to 7 minutes until you reach a firm pudding consistency.

4. Pour hot mixture into a prepared dish and add the crushed peanuts or raisins. If you like both you can add both :-)

5. Completely cool and cover. Place in the fridge if you like it cold or you can leave it in room temperature (covered) for a day or two.

Enjoy!




Panlasang Pinoy Cookbook Download a FREE copy of the Panlasang Pinoy eCookbook Volume 1. Register now!

Enter your email address:


Comments

  1. Thank you so much for posting this. Di ko kasi nakita yung first post mo for this recipe. Pagkatapos kong pag send, I looked around sa site mo then nakita ko ang recipe mo sa Maja. Kaya kala ko di mo na to e-post. So ulit Thank you very much for posting this :-) I really, really do appreciate it :-)

  2. amalia oguro says:

    hi again…pede bang i sub ang fresh milk instead of evap milk.?

  3. sannie says:

    I tried your recipe of Maja Blanca with only 3/4 c cornstarch
    and it came out watery although it takes very good. Can I
    increase the cornstarch to make it more firm?

    • missbaguio says:

      hi sannie, not my recipe but yes more cornstarch to make it more firm. i had the same problem with the other maja blanca recipe because my measurements were not exact (sometimes thinking that more is better.lol. lesson learned).
      try sticking to the recipe and measurements :D
      have fun cooking…

Speak Your Mind

*