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Salpicao is a dish of Spanish or Portuguese origin—though the Spanish “salpicar”, which means “to fleck with” and the Portuguese salpicao involving sausage from different kinds of meat are much different from what we eat here in the Philippines. This much-beloved delicacy is traditionally made by sautéing small cubes of beef sirloin with garlic and olive oil, often with soy sauce or Worcestershire sauce added for flavor.
In this version, chicken is a leaner substitute for beef which is still packed with protein—choosing chicken will cut the risk of developing a stroke, and it has much fewer calories. Choosing chicken also means no more worrying about using too chewy a cut for beef, as well-cooked chicken is tender and melts in your mouth. Olive oil can help prevent some cancers, reduce the risk of coronary heart disease and is one of the healthiest fats you can eat. The tasty sautéed garlic in salpicao is a seasoning that lowers cholesterol levels and is rich in Vitamins C and B6, as well as manganese—it also helps reduce symptoms if you have a cold!
This delicious Chicken Salpicao Recipe is packed with flavor and can be cooked in no time at all.
Learn how to cook Chicken Salpicao from our video :
Although its exact origins are unknown, carrots have been used in cakes since way back medieval times. Mainly, it was because of its sugar content. Next only to sugar beets, carrots contain greater amount of sugar than any other vegetable.
These days, Carrot Cakes have become one of the most popular cakes across the world. You’ll see it being served on weddings, birthdays, and numerous other special occasions.
Everybody just can’t get enough of this delight because of its simplicity, sweetness, and distinct flavor. Carrot cakes are also healthy because they are filled with calcium, calories, cholesterol, fat, sodium, and protein. Another reason why many people love these moist pastries is because they usually last longer compared with other cake types.
The good news for you here is that these wonderful desserts are relatively easy and fun to make. This means you can bake this treat even if you are actually a newbie. Just be precise in following the instructions and there’s no doubt you can get this right.
Your friends and family members will love it if you bake them a nice carrot cake for your next celebration together!
Here are the instructions for making your own Carrot Cake:
Ube Pastillas Recipe – The origin of Pastillas de leche, which is Spanish for “milk tablets”, is murky—some historians think the Spanish name was used to put a little insulares twist on a native favorite. Nevertheless, this delicious simple mixture of sugar and milk—traditionally carabao milk—is boiled down to a thickened paste and rolled in more sugar, before it is shaped and wrapped in colorful cellophane or papel de hapon. It can be made more granular or chewy in texture depending on your preference. This delightful piece of heaven is often attributed to the province of Bulacan, which is still the pastillas-making capital of the country.
Cow’s milk or evaporated milk are often substituted here, and these are chock-full of protein, calcium and vitamins C and D. If you choose to go traditional, carabao’s milk may have more fat and calories, but it has 58% more calcium and 43% protein than cow’s milk. Ube is a welcome addition to this sweet treat. Apart from giving it a lovely violet hue, adding ube imparts a rich taste and texture with almost no fat—and Ube has Vitamins A and C and potassium, which have antioxidant properties.
Who knew something that tastes so sinful could be so good for you?
Learn how to make Ube Pastillas from our video :
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