How to make it

  • 1. toast flour in a skillet on med. toast till light brown
  • 2. add powdered milk, salt , and butter mix evenly
  • 3. add sugar into the flour mixture
  • 4. put into flat container and mold by a polvoron molder ( I used the small end of a plastic egg for the mold) pack into the plastic egg and place on a cookie sheet. Put in to frig to set up then move to a tray. The polvoron is wrapped in cellophane in the Philippines. I did not wrap mine.

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  • lilliancooks 6 years ago
    I think I might try this. It sounds so interesting!
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  • krumkake 6 years ago
    Toasted flour - I have never tried this, but I will now! I like scarlet's description of what it tastes like...delish! And your description of how to make them is very helpful - I will pull out a plastic Easter egg to use. Thank you for a very interesting recipe!
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    " It was excellent "
    scarletcape ate it and said...
    These are very good! They tasted sort of like peanutty like the inside of a Reeses Peanut Butter cup.
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  • sday5 6 years ago
    When everything is mixed up, that is when you use the molds. I don't have the special molds so I use the small part of the plastic egg. I pack the little egg half with the mixture. I release it gently in my hand and then put it on the cookie sheet. It makes about 34 half egg shapes. They look like little hills.
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    " It was excellent "
    magali777 ate it and said...
    I also would like a picture, I don´t understand very well what do you do after everything is mixed up, thanks.
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  • sday5 6 years ago
    I too wish I could take a picture for you. I will try with words but you know a pic is worth a thousand words. The polvoron they brought back was flat and 1/2 inch thick oval in shape. It was about the size of vanilla wafer maybe a tad bigger. When I made these using the small end of a plastic egg, they looked like little hills. I pack the dough in the egg. The dough is very dry because there is only one wet ingredient. You gently tap it out in your hand and put it on the cookie sheet.

    I hope this helps.
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  • shirleyoma 6 years ago
    I wish you had a photo of this, my mind can't see it, could you describe it more? Just curious.. hugssssss
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