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Ube Turon

This Ube Turon is another variation of Banana Turon which is a sweet crunchy snack originated from the Philippines. Banana Turon is made up of thinly […]

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Japanese Milk Bread

Japanese milk bread is likely the lightest, fluffiest, most delicate bread you’ll go over. It’s the ideal regular portion, from sandwiches to toast, and is […]

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Ube Palitaw

Ube Palitaw – Palitaw is a very popular afternoon snacks.  It’s sweet rice flour cooked in boiling water then dipped in cinnamon sugar and sesame […]

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Baked Bibingka

This Baked Bibingka is soft, cheesy and spongy and infused with the unique aroma of toasted banana leaves. Toppings are butter, grated cheese and salted […]

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Buttered Corn

Nothing beats bursting sweet and juicy corn on the cob like this buttered corn recipe. Your kids will definitely love this! Buttered Corn Recipe Ingredients: 2 large […]

Lumpiang Togue

Lumpiang togue or sumpia is another spring roll recipe and mung bean sprouts (togue) is the main ingredients. Lumpiang togue is served as a side […]

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Cheese Sticks

Cheese sticks are Filipino appetizers made with cheese wrapped in spring roll wrapper and deep-fried until golden and crisp. Cheese Sticks Recipe Ingredients: 10-15 lumpia wrappers […]

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Lumpiang Kamote

Unlike most lumpia, the this recipe has this hearty and sweet ingredient: the kamote or camote. Lumpiang Kamote Recipe Ingredients: kamote/camote or sweet potatoes, peeled […]

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Buko Pie

Buko pie, sometimes anglicized as coconut pie, is a traditional Filipino baked young-coconut custard pie. It is considered a specialty in the city of Los […]