Monday, March 2, 2009

Sapin-Sapin

Saw this while doing my pamamalengke (wet market shopping) and thought it would be nice for this week's theme, Tri Colore (3 colors).

The vendor said that this is sapin-Sapin but it tasted like kalamay...haha

My other La.Pi.S Post: Monster Cookies

5 comments:

Jescel said...

i thought of doing this too, but i also thought it's too much hard work.. so I didn't.. check out mine.

Anonymous said...

Ooo, the colors! Looks like some of the local dishes here. Those are coffee beans on the sides of your page huh!! Nice picture of you two dating! Thanks for stopping by my blog..I didn't see this one-

Anonymous said...

uy another sapin sapin entry! sarap nyan!:)

Manang said...

Peachkins,
I was the other blogger who had "another sapin-sapin entry" as ces said. Haha! I took on the challenge of creating sapin-sapin myself, if only to know exactly how it is made, and to see if I would get good results. Did it in staggering steps so I did not really feel it as time-consuming (had some ingredients ready days prior to making the actual sapin-sapin batter).
I was very satisfied with the outcome. I found out it's not that daunting!

i♥pinkc00kies said...

try the sapin-sapin from Dolor's Kakanin! :D

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