Tuesday, July 10, 2018

5 Filipino Desserts You'll Want To Devour


5 FILIPINO DESSERTS YOU'LL WANT TO DEVOUR





Filipino desserts are a great introduction to the cuisine of the Philippines. This nation composed of more than 7,000 islands has been influenced by a myriad of ethnic groups including Tagalog, Spanish, Chinese and American cultures - the flavours of which are all reflected in the food.

Join us as we discover five Filipino desserts that will dazzle your taste buds. Plus, recipes that will encourage you to try them all. Let's get started!

5 MUST-TRY FILIPINO DESSERTS

PUTO

 
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This fluffy Filipino cake has the texture of a muffin but it is steamed, instead of baked. It is a popular treat during the holidays and a favorite party food.

Click here for a delicious puto recipe.

LECHE FLAN



Leche flan is a rich and creamy traditional Filipino caramel custard. It is prepared with evaporated milk, condensed milk, and egg yolks instead of whole eggs for extra richness. It is traditionally baked in an oval-shaped mold called llanera.

Find a traditional leche flan recipe here.

ENSAYMADA



Ensaymada is a sweet Filipino bread topped with butter, sugar, and grated cheese. This soft and fluffy swirled bread makes the perfect breakfast or afternoon snack.

Click here for a delectable ensaymada recipe.

CASSAVA CAKE



Cassava cake is another Filipino favorite thanks to its moist texture and sweet flavor. It is prepared with grated cassava (also known as manioc or yuca), evaporated milk, coconut milk and coconut cream.

Try this yummy cassava cake recipe.

UBE HALAYA




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A purple yam known as ube is the base of this tasty Filipino dessert. It has the consistency of pudding and it is flavored with coconut milk.
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