After all the feasting we did over the holidays, it is only but right to start the new year light with these recipes from Maya Kitchen. The first recipe I am personally trying is Pancake Panini Style Sandwich recipe.
Pancake Panini Style Sandwich
1 package Maya Original “Fluffy and Tasty” Hotcake Mix 200 grams
1 tablespoon honey
1 tablespoon crushed pineapple
salt and pepper to taste
slices of cold cuts(ham, salami or bologna)
fresh salad greens
1. Prepare hotcakes as per package directions.
2. Press cooked hotcakes lightly on a Panini machine then set aside.
3. Prepare dressing: simply combine mayonnaise, honey and pineapple and season with salt and pepper. Set aside.
4. Spread dressing on one side of the Panini hotcake then layer your fillings one by one then top with another Panini hotcake to sandwich the fillings. Serve.
Yield: 3-4 sandwiches
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On October 20, Saturday, 9am-1pm, drop by The Maya Kitchen and learn how to prepare delightfully pleasing miniature dishes as Mandarin Oriental Manila Executive Chef Rene Ottlik showcases tapas and more.
A mainstay of Spain’s cuisine, tapas are finger foods that can be as simple as small morsels of meat, fish, vegetable or fruit or as elaborate as a hot dish simmered in sauce. Tapas are normally served in small portions and are available the whole day in the bars and cafes of Spain.
Chef Ottlik will show his take on tapas with his very own creations like Frittata of Sweet Pork, Orange Olive Tapenade and White Balsamic Dressing; Gazpacho; Crispy Chicken Croquettes with Garlic Aioli; Smoked Salmon Tartar, Cucumber Sour Cream and Black Pepper Crisp. He will also demonstrate how to make Churros and Almond Sponge Cake.
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June, being the wedding month, My Tummy is Full is featuring a wedding cake that we most find interesting. Truth be told, aside from the blushing bride and the dashing groom and the rest of their entourage, it is the wedding cake that the couple usually take time to decide on, when preparing for their big day.
While wedding cakes usually come in fondant these days, usually two or three-tiered. Coming in all white or in the color theme of the wedding, I am personally partial towards Maya Kitchen’s non-conventional Caramel Butterscotch Cake with Honey Tuile Crisps wedding cake. Here is sharing with you the recipe.
Caramel Butterscotch Cake with Honey Tuile Crisps
1/2 teaspoon salt
MAYA All-Purpose Flour
MAYA Butterscotch Mix 500g
1 ½ cups
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