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Hopia Mongo - Ang Sarap

Hopia is a popular Filipino pastry filled with bean paste which was introduced by the Fujian Chinese during the American occupation.

INGREDIENTS: 3 cups bread flour 1- 1 1/2 cups all purpose flour  1/2 cup sugar  1 tsp salt 1 pouch rapid rise yeast  3 egg yolks 3/4 cups evaporated milk or fresh milk          ( I used fresh...

INGREDIENTS: 3 cups bread flour 1 cups all purpose flour cup sugar 1 tsp salt 1 pouch rapid rise yeast 3 egg yolks cups evaporated milk or fresh milk ( I used fresh.

Ensaymada or Ensaimada (Spanish) is a pastry product originated in Majorca, Spain. It is a popular food item in the Philippines and Latin American counties that were a former Spanish territory. Traditionally ensaimada is...

Ensaymada or Ensaimada (Spanish) is a pastry product originated in Majorca, Spain. It is a popular food item in the Philippines and Latin American counties that were a former Spanish territory. Traditionally ensaimada is.

Delicious Beef & Potato Empanadas

Delicious Beef & Potato Empanadas

Twisted Bitsu-Bitsu / Soft Pilipit Recipe / Pinoy Donut

Twisted Bitsu-Bitsu / Soft Pilipit Recipe / Pinoy Donut

Halo-Halo ('mix-mix'). Philippine dessert food consisting of shaved ice, evaporated milk, different sweets & ice cream on top. Perfect for summer!

#11 Halo Halo

A colourful Filipino dessert, halo-halo, which combines ice cream or shaved ice, with mixed fruit and evaporated milk.

How to Make Bibingka Vigan Style | Cooking Signature

Traditionally eaten during the Christmas season in the Philippines, bibingka is a rice cake with a soft and spongy texture, round shape, and is slightly sweet and salty.

Siopao

Recipe for Siopao – Filipino Stuffed Buns On-the-Go

Siopao

Ube Buchi

Ube mochi cake

Ube Buchi: Ube BuchiBuchi or butsi is a sesame seed covered pastry made from glutinous rice flour with bean paste.[read more at Food Frenzy]

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