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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Polvoron









Polvoron Recipe

* 1/4 Cup of Crushed Raw Peanuts
* 1 Cup of Flour
* 1/3 Cup of Sugar
* 1/2 Cup of Powdered Milk
* 1/3 Cup of Melted Unsalted Butter
* Gift Tissue Paper

1. Sauté the peanuts with a little butter in a shallow skillet until brown
2. Add flour and toast until light brown
3. Add sugar and powdered milk
4. Mix butter thoroughly in skillet
5. Compact mixture in polvoron molder/press
6. Set molded candies on a cookie tray and refrigerate for a couple of hours
7. Cut tissue paper in 5” x 5” squares
8. Wrap when the polvoron is hard enough so that it won't break apart


Thanks to my dear girlfriend Dolly for sharing this recipe. This can be a nice Holiday gift for friends and family !

21 comments:

  1. Hi Chay...the polvoron looks yummy! It's one of my favorite candy dessert. My Grandmom taught me the old fashioned way to cook it, and you're recipe is somehow similar to mine. Happy eating!

    AL

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  2. Wow..that looks so delicious!

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  3. that sounds fun! I am not much of a dessert person (cook wise), but might make exception.

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  4. And here I thought I would try to abstain from delictable candies...
    and you go and out these lovely photos AND a recipe for me to follow!

    So when my pants start getting snug, I'm going to let you know about it!
    In the meantime, I'm off to the grocery for supplies...

    :-)

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  5. Looks like fun, and I love the colorful presentation!

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  6. Peanut, sugar, milk, butter.

    Polvoron must be sweet and delicious.

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  7. i'd love to savour those polvoron.

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  8. I've always loved polvoron, even as a kid and still a favorite til then. Hhmm...am going to get a box from goldi later, makes me drool. :)

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  9. i actually enjoy buying polvoron than making them =P

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  10. Wow these sound great and would be a nice addition to holiday parties. Thanks so much for sharing these treats.

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  11. Chay, polvoron is one of my favorite desserts! YUM! Beth and Rose can attest to that -teehee. I'll try this over the weekend! Thanks for sharing this girlfriend!

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  12. Oh I am not sure if this is the same candy tha tI know.. the peanut crumble thing i don't know hahah... Oh but I so love this peanut :). It should be yummy :).

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  13. I have to copy this recipe, palpak yung una kung gawa! Hehehe, what kind of powdered milk? Yung Nido ba? Naku I used the nonfat milk sold here...palpak!

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  14. one of my two babies' favourite! si Mond laging bumibili dito ng goldilocks polvoron. homemade must be good too. ;)

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  15. Chay girlash, your polvoron looks so lecker! (sarap) thanks for sharing us the recipe Chay

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  16. Great blog. I'll try the recipe! it looks delicious.
    Take care,
    Rosa from Portugal

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  17. Looks good to me! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  18. You know what I used to do? I used to take a big spoon and dig it deep into the can of NIDO powdered milk, and stick all that powdered milk into my mouth!!! LOVED it!!! Did it every single day!!! :))

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  19. Chay, make me polvoron when I visit you :) yummy!

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  20. nakuu prang gusto kong kumain ng polvoron ngayon! one of my faves when i was in Pinas! thanks a lot for sharing the recipe..i'll surely make those one of these days! yum yum!!!

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