Sweet & Spicy Gourmet Tuyo Popcorn

Sweet, spicy, salty popcorn, truly a Pinoy Flavor 🙂

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Banana Fritters [Turon]

Ideally this dish uses cardaba banana or saba banana but since it’s expensive and sometimes not available here in KSA, we use cavendish bananas instead.

turon [banana fritters]

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Mixed Fruits Danish Pastry [Crema de Fruta]

I will still call this Crema de Fruta, but I know some people (or my fellow Filipinos) may argue about this and say that “No, it can’t be, it’s danish” . Okay, okay.

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Filipino Style Spaghetti

One might ask, “What’s the difference between Filipino Style Spaghetti sauce and the typical spaghetti sauce?” Well, it’s the BANANA KETCHUP. Yes, we put banana ketchup in our spaghetti sauce and yes, we do have banana ketchup :). The banana ketchup adds sweetness and color to the sauce. As what my husband told me before “to me, a spaghetti without ketchup and hotdog is not spaghetti”, until now at his age, this is still his favorite pasta dish. Aside from the fact that most Filipinos grew up with this kind of spaghetti sauce, this also reminds him (and me) of childhood and birthday parties.

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[Easy No Bake] Mango Cream Icebox Cake

Summer season = mango season. Continue reading

Peanut Butter Crisp Cookies

Sweet and nutty, with a hint of saltiness and crispiness from potato chips. Yum! Continue reading

Crispy Orange Fish Fingers

why not try with fish this time? Continue reading

Yema Cake

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