This is a recipe for Mini Banana Cake with Walnuts for Kids. The credit goes to my 4-year-old daughter, Danika. She did everything with a little help from her mom and some kitchen equipment. This is a fun way to bond with the little ones. It also helps them develop self confidence and learn new things. […]
I enjoy eating banana bread. I like it moist and chilled. If you are into it too, then you might be interested to know what happens when our good old banana bread recipe gets married to dark chocolate. The answer is simply Dark Chocolate Banana Bread. It has a moist texture with the sweet and delicious […]
Cornbread is a popular staple in North American cuisine and is enjoyed across all cultures in the country. It is classified as a quick bread, which are breads that are made without yeast. Its versatile flavor makes it easy to serve with many types of dishes. It can also be flavored with a range of […]
This Gluten Free Banana Bread with Almonds is for those of you who are searching for gluten free bread recipes. I realized that gluten free foods and recipes should be regularly added to this food blog for the sake of our friends and readers who are sensitive with gluten. Gluten free ingredients should not be […]
Buttermilk Cornbread is a type of cornbread that uses buttermilk as one of its ingredients. Cornbread, on the other hand, is generally defined as a type of quick bread that makes use of cornmeal. This recipe is quick and easy and its outcome is something that you will like. Preparing buttermilk cornbread is simple mixing […]
I’m sure that you like garlic bread with pasta. There is nothing like warm bread on the side while enjoying your favorite baked macaroni or pasta carbonara. How about making your own garlic bread for a change? Making this bread is simple; it is like making your own sandwich. The good thing about preparing your own […]
A Cornbread is a type of bread made with cornmeal. It is considered as a quick bread (these breads that take lesser time to make); this type of bread can be made using different cooking methods.
The common ways of making cornbread are baking, frying, and steaming. Each cooking method will produce a different cornbread. Steamed cornbread are more like the Filipino Pudding. It has a heavy chewey texture. Baked cornbreads, on the other hand, are similar to corn cakes. This is the type of corn bread that will be produced by following this recipe.
Cornbread is very popular in the USA. This is usually eaten with barbecue, beef brisket, pulled pork, and even chili. Some people like to have cornbread to go with their soup. As for me, I like dipping baked cornbread in coffee.
Banana bread is a type of bread that uses yellow bananas as the main ingredient. Unlike traditional breads, this sweet bread that is sometimes referred to as banana cake (although this is a different thing which we will feature soon) uses baking soda as leavening agent instead of yeast.
The recipe that we have here will enable you to make a loaf of moist banana bread. Aside from the good taste, this recipe also costs low. This can be a potential income source for our business-minded kababayans.
Try this Banana Bread recipe.
Ensaymada is a Filipino sweet pastry. This is said to be a variation of the Ensaimades, a similar bread that uses pork lard as an ingredient that originated in Majorca (the largest island of Spain).
In the Philippines, this pastry can be bough in any neighborhood bakery and the well know bakeshop chains as well. This is one of my favorite mid-afternoon snack and I usually have it with brewed coffee.
Try this yummy Ensaymada recipe.
Pandesal or The Bread of Salt (which is also the title of a popular short story written by NVM Gonzales) is probably the most popular bread in the Philippines. This bread is the favorite “agahan” (breakfast food) of most Pinoys (slang for Filipino) and can be eaten plain or with “palaman” (filling).
In the Philippines, all bake shops and bakeries sell Pandesal. Sometimes, this is sold in rolling stores (usually a honking bicycle with a big box on the back). When purchasing from a neighborhood bakery, be sure to be there before 8 am because the supply runs out after that time.
Just so you know, I love eating Pandesal after dipping it in hot coffee 🙂 .
Try this Filipino bread recipe : Pandesal.