Tsokolate Tablea Ice Cream

Tsokolate = chocolate ; Tablea = tablets

You know, I am not an expert when it comes to the specifics of tablea, so I leave the answers to the experts 🙂

What is Philippine tablea?

The Philippine tablea is defined as roasted, ground and molded nibs of fermented pure (100%) cacao beans without added ingredients and additives. It is also a cocoa mass and cocoa liquor made from cacao beans that are fermented, dried, roasted, ground then molded into blocks, balls, discs, or tablets.

It is traditionally used in the Philippines to make a hot chocolate beverage using a wooden mixing implement or stirrer. The Cacao Industry Development Association of Mindanao estimated that around 2,000 tons of cacao beans is processed to tablea.Industry.Gov.Ph

 

Oh, by the way, this is an egg-free version 🙂

What sets this apart from the other chocolates?

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Puto Pao

Steamed cake with Beef Asado Filling.

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Homemade Taho

Taho (Tagalog: [tɐˈhoʔ]) (Chinese: 豆花; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: tāu-hoe) is a Philippine snack food made of fresh soft/silken tofu,arnibal (sweetener and flavoring), and sago pearl (similar to tapioca pearls).[2] This staple comfort food is a signature sweet and taho peddlers can be found all over the country. The Indonesian and Malaysian equivalent of this snack is tauhue. – Wikipedia

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Revel Bars

Chewy, nutty and chocolate-y oatmeal bar.

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Steamed Rice Cakes (Putong Bigas) I

Best paired with Dinuguan, Sopas, Lugaw or Pancit to name a few.

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Black Gulaman Juice

Chowking’s Black Gulaman copycat.

Enjoy!

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Mushroom Burger Steak

This is my Jollibee’s famous Burger Steak copycat.

Enjoy!

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