The No Cook Ube Pastillas

 Ube is a welcome addition as another Pastillas recipe. Apart from giving it a lovely violet hue, adding Ube imparts a rich taste and texture with almost no fat and Ube has Vitamins A and C and potassium, which have antioxidant properties. Here’s how to make simple and easy Ube Pastillas at home. Wrap in… Continue reading The No Cook Ube Pastillas

How to Make Pinipig Polvoron

Pinipig is immature grains of glutinous rice pounded until flat before being toasted. Filipino people use rice to make desserts and drinks. The rice can be purchased fresh and toasted or purchased dried. It can be eaten plain, made into cakes, or mixed with drinks and other dishes. Pinipig Pulvoron Flavor is one of the Filipino… Continue reading How to Make Pinipig Polvoron

Mama Emz Polvoron

Mama Emz Polvoron is a classic Filipino dessert made of toasted flour, milk powder, butter, and sugar. The community in Balintocatoc, Santiago City, Isabela is known for their home made delicacies such as this polvoron, pastillas, yema spread, peanut butter, and malunggay chips. Polvorón or also known as “Pulburon” in Tagalog is a type of shortbread… Continue reading Mama Emz Polvoron

Favorite Yema Into a Spread

Our Favorite sweet, Yema, is now turned into a spread that we can enjoy using bread. Yeman Palaman is made using egg yolks and condensed milk. Enjoy it as frosting for cakes, cupcakes, and cookies or as a palaman (spread) for sandwiches and pandesal. Yes, let’s admit it, we Filipinos love to eat especially snacks… Continue reading Favorite Yema Into a Spread