This easy Filipino dessert only needs 4 ingredients! Find the full recipe he

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In this tutorial I'll be showing you how to make this very easy and one of my favourite delicious filipino dessert called "Ginataang Mais". Made with glutinous rice, coconut milk and whole kernel corn. Im sure you will enjoy it. I also added blossom water ( optional ) which gives it fragrant aroma. ►Subscribe to my YouTube channel for more videos: ►Follow my Instagram: Camera used to film: Cannon powershot G7x mark II You can find me easily : EMAIL: FACEBOOK: Basel Manadil INSTAGRAM: @baselmanadile Thank you guys for watching. Please don't forget to subscribe to my channel for more videos :). Thank you all and see you on my next videos :)

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Leche Gulaman | How to make leche flan with Gulaman | Gulaman Leche Flan

Leche Gulaman | How to make leche flan with Gulaman is a combination of leche flan and gelatin. Some call it jelly flan or lechetin. It’s a much cheaper and easy way to make leche flan only it has gelatin on it. The gelatin will make the flan smooth and perferct unlike making leche flan you don’t need to steam this in batches. You just need to combine all the ingredients and make caramelized sugar that will make this whole recipe delicious like the leche flan. PRICES OF INGREDIENTS ARE AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE Please subscribe to my channel Please don’t forget to like and share! Previous cooking video: “Banana Graham Float” Follow us on social media: Instagram: schannel21 Pinterest: Twitter: Leche Gulaman Recipe Ingredients 1 pack (25g) unflavored yellow gelatin powder 51/2 cups water 1 big can (300ml) condensed milk 3 eggs 3-4 drops vanilla Caramelized sugar *3/4 cup sugar *1/4 cup water Procedure 1. In a pan combine sugar and water. Over low heat caramelized sugar until golden honey in color. Turn off heat. 2. Pour caramelized sugar on the bottom of the mold. Set aside. 3. In a pan combine water and gelatin. Mix until gelatin is dissolved. 4. Add beaten egg, condensed milk and vanilla. Mix 5. Turn on the stove and cook over medium heat. Keep stirring for 12 to 15 minutes or until it turns milky yellow in color. 6. Once it boils turn off the heat. Pour mixture into the mold with caramelized sugar at the bottom. You can also pour the mixture in a mold without caramelize sugar at the bottom. 7. Let it cool to set. Once it cooled, carefully unmold the leche gulaman into a serving dish. 8. You can also pour caramelized sugar on top of unmold leche gulaman. 9. Chill in the ref before serving or you can eat right away! Enjoy! LECHE GULAMAN PRICES OF INGREDIENTS 1 pack (25g) unflavored yellow gelatin powder _________________________P12.00 1 big can (300ml) condensed milk ___________________________________ P30.00 3 eggs _________________________________________________________ P18.00 3-4 drops vanilla _________________________________________________P 0.25 *3/4 cup sugar __________________________________________________P 8.00 THIS VIDEO IS NOT SPONSORED Camera I am using is Canon Ixus 132 Editing software: Movie Maker Filmora 8.3.1 PLEASE WATCH MY OTHER COOKING VIDEOS: Patok Na Negosyo Recipes | Street Food Desserts And Sweet Recipes No Bake Desserts | Ice Box Cake Recipes Ice Candy Recipe Samalamig | Summer Drinks Toaster Oven Series Cooking Tutorial Bento Series Filipino Street Food DIY

STUFFED PALITAW with YEMA FILLING (Mrs. Galang's Kitchen S2 Ep11)

Bored with your usual palitaw? Here's an easy way to fancy it up! Mrs. Galang is assisted in this video by one of her longtime students, Ms. Nelly Co, the lady behind the very successful Nathaniel's -- the name that has become synonymous to Pampanga's buko pandan salad.

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