Blog Posts on pinoy dessert




Percent:
 
Distinct:
 


French Toast Bread by Aykalami on May 20, 2012Home-made French Toast Ingredients: Bread Butter Powdered milk mixed w hot water Egg Maple Syrup...



Langka Cassava Cake Sa Don Benito’s by Aykalami on May 6, 2012Langka Cassava Cake Store: Don Benito’s      |      Location: Service Road, Bicutan Langka is Jackfruit&#...



Blueberry Cheesecake Donut Sa Dunkin Donuts Cafe by Aykalami on Apr 23, 2012Blueberry Cheesecake Store: Dunkin Donuts Cafe       |       Location: Piazza, McKinley Hill, Taguig City...



Craving for ” Pinoy Leche Flan Dessert “… by RonSilvoza.com on Mar 29, 2012Long time no post in here, it’s been quite some time since the last time i posted something here… So i decided, i’ll go to the Grocery Later and Buy Us Ingredients and make some Pinoy Leche Flan! Wooohoooo! Doesn’t sound easy...



Turones con Yema. Made my own version of ‘Turones con... by Sweet Discoveries on Aug 20, 2011Turones con Yema. Made my own version of ‘Turones con Yema’ for today’s lunch :) Recipe: Ingredients: For the dip: 4 egg yolks, 1/3 cup butter, 1 can condensed milk, 1 tbsp rum, 1 tbsp vanilla and 8 pcs saba, wanton wrapper. 1. Mix well the egg...



Filipino themed party at Sinagtala Farm Resort by Pinoy Cuisine on May 7, 2011It was my friend’s 40th wedding celebration and I know I shouldn’t miss this beautiful couple’s milestone. The venue was in Bataan though but the countryside driving was smooth. The scene was lovely because one can only see verdant...



Food:Leche Flan ala Chris by raving mad on Apr 29, 2011Leche Flan is one of my favorite dessert. Just a bit of background, it originated in Spain then introduced here in Philippines during their colonization. Above photo is a shot of my first time to prepare one. Sharing to you how I did it. What you...



How To Make Yema Balls: Possibly the Simplest Recipe Ever by BaconTunaMelt: Bacon, Tuna, and all Nomz on Jan 24, 2011If you follow this blog, you'd know that I tried to make fluffy yema balls last week. Unfortunately, it ended up in something close to a disaster (click this to read last week's post on how NOT to make yema). What was supposed to be soft, round, yell...



Ube Halaya by Panlasang Pinoy on Jan 17, 2010Ube Halaya is a dessert made from boiled and grated purple yam which is locally known in the Philippines as “Ube”. Aside from Ube Halaya, different desserts and pastries such as ice cream, tarts, and cakes makes use of this root crop. In this...



Yema Ball by Panlasang Pinoy on Nov 18, 2009Yema is a type of custard candy made from egg yolks and condensed milk. This is a common Filipino dessert and one of the easiest to make. The ingredients needed are readily available and this does not require a lot of cooking and preparation time.