Buttered Puto is a variation of the famous steamed rice cake, Puto. This steamed mini cakes are usually eaten as dessert but most prefer to have them during breakfast (with hot coffee or chocolate) or mid-afternoon snack (usually eaten with dinuguan or blood stew). If you are looking for an easy puto recipe that you […]
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Pinaputok na Tilapia is a Filipino Recipe wherein Tilapia is stuffed with a generous amount of tomatoes, onions, and ginger up to the maximum point that the cavity of the fish can handle. The term “pinaputok” is a Filipino word for explode or burst. It was used to describe the state wherein the fish can […]
Making ube flavored puto is easy and fun. If in case you want to make other varieties, you can still use this recipe and add the flavor that you desire (don’t forget to remove the ube). There are countless ways to make your desired rice cake with this recipe.
This is a shared recipe by Cynthia Magallanes. This recipe is one of her entries for the ongoing Panlasang Pinoy Recipe Contest . Do you want to earn extra bucks for your recipe? Submit your recipe now!
I made this specially for my mom so she can eat as much without risking her sugar level. I actually got the recipe from Panlasang Pinoy, but I Splenda instead of sugar; this made it sugar-free. I also added a little water. I felt that adding carrots would make this healthier; so, I added some. By the way, I’m planning to work on my Sugar Free Malunggay Pandan Puto later.
Buttered Puto is a variation of the famous steamed rice cake, Puto. This steamed mini cakes are usually eaten as dessert but most prefer to have them during breakfast (with hot coffee or chocolate) or mid-afternoon snack (usually eaten with dinuguan or blood stew).
This Puto variation uses ordinary flour instead of rice flour (not even galapong) and is so easy prepare. The ingredients used in this recipe are so common that you could find them in any grocery store (you just need to have the molds and steamer to get everything done).
Try this delicious Buttered Puto Recipe.
Pork Dinuguan is a type of stew made from Pork and Pig blood. This Filipino dish might not be for everyone, but those who developed an acquired taste for this dish will agree that they enjoy eating it; some would even recommend to eat dinuguan with Puto — a type of Filipino rice cake which […]
This Chicken Siomai recipe is a variation of pork siomai or shaomai. This recipe makes use of lean ground chicken plus additional vegetables and seasonings. Are you a fan of siomai? If you are, I am certain that you will love this recipe! Those who don’t like siomai will think twice after trying this recipe […]
There is nothing more exciting than eating together as a family – sharing a meal that everyone loves – enjoying every little conversation.
Family means everything for Filipinos. It is the center of everyone’s life. The best way to value the relationship is to have constant communication, do activities together, and share the blessings by enjoying our favorite meals – all Filipino Recipes.
We Filipinos are known for our positive values, hospitality, being hard-working, and our ability to face whatever challenges that life brings – with a smile in our face. On top of that, we are also known to have a great passion for food – to the point of considering eating as a hobby.
Of course, the last statement does not apply to all; although it covers the majority.
Let’s talk about food, our favorite Filipino Foods.
What are your comfort foods? What are the foods that you find irresistible?
By the way, we are also known for being shy and quiet. I think that I should start the conversation by posting my food list first as an ice breaker, then you’ll follow by sending-in your comments.
How does that sound? Alright, here it goes…
ou read it right; you have a chance to win $30 just by sharing your recipe. Talk about some ways in making easy money from the internet, I guess this can be considered as one of them.
I know that most of you are great cooks – way even better than I am, for sure. This is my idea of breaking the ice and I encourage everyone to participate. Through this simple interaction, your great culinary works will be recognized and appreciated.
Please bear with me if you find the prize unattractive. You see, the amount will come-out from my own pocket. I’m sure that the prizes will get better and more contests will be launched if sponsors will come-in (see sponsorship benefits and details).
Here are the guidelines of this contest:
Dinuguan or Blood Stew is a dish wherein pig or cow’s blood is cooked with meat and other ingredients. This is considered as an authentic Filipino food and is best eaten with steamed rice buns called “puto”.
Unlike our previous Pork Dinuguan recipe, this version makes use of the pig’s innards. The heart, liver, and intestines are sautéed to reduce the gamy scent then mixed with other ingredients to form a bizarre yet delightful concoction.
This dish might seem unusual or disgusting to those who are not familiar with it. Like other peculiar dishes, it takes an acquired taste to like and enjoy this stew. Once an acquired taste develops, you will never look at this dish the same way again.
Try this Dinuguang Lamang Loob recipe and let me know your thoughts.
One of the all-time favorite “pasalubong” is the Buko pie. This sweet and rich pie is made from young coconut meat which is locally known as “Buko” meat. “Pasalubong”, on the other hand, is a gift for a family member or friend bough by a traveler returning from a trip.
Buko pies are mostly sold in the southern parts of Luzon. The places that are known to make great tasting Buko pies are Laguna, Batangas, and Tagaytay (a city in the province of Cavite). Within these places lie series of pasalubong stores that sell this famous pie and a lot more sweet delicacies such as espasol, yema, ube halaya, puto, kutsinta, and many others. Whenever I’m in one of those areas, I usually purchase from a store called Collette’s. Well, that is just my personal preference. In your opinion, which stores sell the best buko pie?