Friday, September 10, 2010

New Bicho-bicho recipe

Found a new bicho-bicho recipe yesterday. I got it from Masarap na Lutuing Piipino (katutubo at makabago) ni Aling Charing. It is written in 'malamin na tagalog', so I was having trouble understanding it. I noticed that there's no yeast included in this recipe compared to the previous Bicho-bicho recipe that I posted before (we're back on track)



note: I'm too lazy to translate it to english.

BITSU-BITSU

2 cups of flour/arina
3 teaspoon baking powder
2 eggs/itlog
1/4 cup of melted butter/mantikilya
1/3 cup of milk/gatas
6 tablespoon of sugar/asukal
1/2 teaspoon of salt/asin

Ihalo sa arina ang asukal at baking powder. Salain (sift). Isahod sa malaking tasa.
Batihin ang itlog. Ihalo ang gatas at tunaw na mantikilya. Pamuling batihin.

Unti-unting ibuhos sa arina, habang mahinay na hinahalo, ang pinaghalong gatas at itlog. Masahin at ilatag sa malapad na sangkalan o sa mesa na binudburan ng kaunting arina. Pagulungan ng rolling pin o bote na may bilog na katawan, hanggang sa maging 1/2 na pulgada ang kapal ng masa. Hiwa-hiwain nang pahaba (1/2 na pulgada ang lapad at 6 pulgada ang haba). Pagdikitin ang bawa't dalawang putol, at bago ihulog sa kumukulong mantika ay diinan ng makitid ng patpat ang bawat putol na magkadikit.

Kailangan ay maraming mantika ang paglulutuan ng bitsu Hanguin kapag umalsa at naging mamula-mula. Patuluin ang mantika bago paguungin sa asukal.

Will try this out sooonnn :)

2 comments:

babycrochetlove said...

Thank you for posting this recipe. I was craving for bicho bicho for days!!! How was it? I mean the texture? there's no yeast but there's a generous amount of baking powder. I will try this later. :)

Gela said...

Hi there. Sorry for the late reply. have you tried it? I've only tried it once and it didn't looked or taste like bicho-bicho. It tasted more like a mamon/makabayan but still tastes good. I'm still searching for recipes. :)