How to make steamed bibingka recipes

How to make salted eggs

How to make salted eggs

Salted eggs are usually added to other Filipino delicacies like puto, bibingka, siopao to add more flavor
Bibingkang galapong the easy way recipe

Bibingkang galapong the easy way recipe

With the unmistakable chill in the air, the sight of colorful well-lit lanterns and the sound of Christmas carols echoing in the streets, all you really need to feel the warmth of the holiday season is a mug of steaming hot salabat and freshly made bibingkang galapong—a favorite pairing among Pinoys
Bringhe – Memories of Philippine Kitchens

Bringhe – Memories of Philippine Kitchens

The recipes make you wonder how you can bring such time-honored practices into your own kitchen.  I'm off in search of my next food culture challenge, and considering how many more recipes I want to try in this book, I have a feeling it will be Filipino once again

Mochi with Red Bean Filling

Months back, I was researching howtomake mochi. Or how about dipping them in melted chocolate, or dusting them with dark cocoa powder
Biko na Pirurutong (Sweet Violet Rice Cake)

Biko na Pirurutong (Sweet Violet Rice Cake)

All I can remember were the glutinous rice and the coconut milk, but the “how-to” part is something that I was not able to document until grandma passed away
Niyog/ Sapal Burger (Meatless Coconut Burger) with Spicy Teriyaki Sauce

Niyog/ Sapal Burger (Meatless Coconut Burger) with Spicy Teriyaki Sauce

I could not describe enough how it incredibly tasted like real meat patties. They would combine the shredded coconut with lukewarm water and then manually press everything to squeeze out that pure, white and greatly prized juice of the flesh of the fruit from the tree that we, Filipinos, highly regard as “puno ng buhay” (tree of life)
Paksiw na Bangus (Milkfish Stew)

Paksiw na Bangus (Milkfish Stew)

However, Filipino-style has a blended the local ingredients tomake an identity of its own. However, far from the busy capital city of the Philippines, anyone can still sample those native dishes that native Filipinos still prefer to eat

Puto Bumbong

Luckily, I found a way to making this without some of the key elements but still tastes the same, so if you want to do it also at home continue on to the recipe below and let me know how it turned out for you

Suman 3 Ways

It is very easy tomake, however time consuming. It is also known as Sumang Magkayakap because of how it is served – two rice cakes tied together appearing as if they are embracing/hugging (magkayakap) each other

Puto Bumbong

And so for my last breakfast recipe of the year, I will share two ways in how you can makePuto Bumbong at home, with and without the bamboo tubes – depending if you have bamboo tubes readily available or not to be able to tackle this recipe

Happy 2019!

Oh, I see some of you racing to the kitchen tomake some he he…I can’t blame you. Looking forward to what He has instore for us this year

Guest Post : Lorely from Butter Love Affair featuring Palabok

It’s that time of the year again where we feature exceptional bloggers here at Ang Sarap, so every Fridays in the months of June, July and August you will get to know them as they will be sharing something about themselves and featuring some of their special recipes