maja blanca and thumbnail pictures
April 23, 2018 5:29am CST
this is maja blanca. filipinos can eat is as merienda (snack) or dessert. i paid 25 pesos for this (about 48 US cents). the seller said the ingredients she used are evaporated milk, condensed milk, gata (coconut milk), canned creamed corn, and sugar. however, she said you can also use canned coconut cream if you don't have fresh coconut milk, canned corn kernels instead of creamed, and langka (jackfruit) to make it even more delicious. the brown bits on top is latik or coconut curd. i'm finally able to share this pic and write this post because i finally discovered how to download a pic that's an email attachment without it becoming a thumbnail. i can post food pics again.
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@hereandthere we make our embotido on special occasions but also buy when somebody makes " alok" (ask to buy) but mother does not like to eat ones with a lot of extenders like bread crumbs and always has the tendency to compare it with the one she makes.
I am not fond of maja blanca. But when I tasted a piece of a maja blanca in an eatery, which tasted so yummy, I am now a maja blanca fan, provided that it's as delicious as that I have tasted. Wow, the ingredients are plenty. Is it tedious to make?
@SIMPLYD here it is.
here's a food blog i found, just watch the video. i thought it would be steamed, but here it shows you just cook everything on the stove, transfer then cool. it's by a pinoy guy in chicago.