“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.“
May the miracle of Easter brings forth new beginnings, healing, peace and joy. Wishing everyone a wonderful, blessed Easter from our family to yours. ❤
Spring Cake Truffles
Copycat Carraba’s Chicken Bryan topped with goat cheese, sundried tomatoes, basil and lemon butter sauce. Served with white wine and Artisan bread with Brie cheese.
SPRING/ EASTER CAKE
Have a great day! ❤
Hello again! Here’s the third from the four recipes I mentioned in my previous post. Another childhood favorite of mine. A very popular dessert served during holiday season, especially during Christmas and New Year’s Eve. It’s sweet rice flour cooked in boiling water then dipped in cinnamon sugar and Sesame seeds and served with freshly grated coconut. This is the authentic way of preparing this childhood treat. But, I wanted to give this classic favorite a makeover or a twist by adding my favorite purple yam and different coating. This delicious treat derived its name from a Filipino word litaw, which means float or surface. The “Pa” in “Palitaw” is a prefix indicating support that means “to” Hence, Palitaw (to float). The Ilocanos call this Dila-dila, which means tongue because they resemble the shape of a tongue (oval shape). They’re chewy and sticky, but ooh…so delicious! ❤