How do you like your Lotus Biscoff served? Do you like it with a cup of tea or coffee?
How about with milk or ice cream?
Lotus Biscoff has that caramel flavor and crisp texture that makes it perfect for just about anything.
And I’m everything but grateful to receive a gift pack of Lotus Biscoff spread and biscuits from Fly Ace Corporation!
Well, for me I liked my Lotus Biscoff with ice cream and milk so I thought I make myself some refreshing milk shake drink.
Check the recipe below!
And again, thank you for reading ladies!
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1. Place 12 pieces Chocnut in a bowl. Using a fork, mash Chocnut until powdery. Slowly add 4 tablespoons water and mix to form a paste; set aside.
2. Slice 6 plaintain bananas (saba) in half lengthwise. Place a lumpia wrapper on a flat surface. Place a saba half in the center and add 1 tablespoon Chocnut paste on top. Fold the sides of the wrapper in and roll tightly to form the turon. Dab the edges of the wrapper with water to seal.
3. Repeat process to make 12 rolls.
4. Heat 2 cups oil in a skillet over medium heat. Carefully add turon pieces, then sprinkle 1 cup
brown sugar on top. Flip the rolls to coat in melted sugar. Once turon turns golden brown, remove from heat and place on a rack to drain. Let cool for a few minutes to allow
It took me 4 rigorous re-shoots to get the look and feel I wanted for my buko pandan salad.
Lately, it has been a struggle to take food photos because of my very busy schedule at work, but when I finally had the time to do it everything feels like it’s my first time. My lighting, camera angle and styling sucks.
It doesn’t feel right…
But just like the old saying goes… practice makes perfect. I have to re-do it and re-shoot. Practice! Practice! Practice!
Cheers to my busy work schedule!
Here are some of my best shots of my very own buko pandan salad, enjoy!
1 buko pandan Ferna Jelly Gulaman - prepared and cooked according to package instructions here's the picture of the gulaman powder http://www.ferna.com.ph/j/index.php/products/jelly-gulaman/item/3-ferna-jelly-gulaman-powder - I personally like this because it sets really quick and stays firm even in room temperature
1. Cut the gulaman into cubes
2. Whip all purpose cream until stiff peaks. I like to whip it so my buko pandan salad gets a creamy ice cream texture