The Kulinary theme for April is Polvoron. Polvoron is a Filipino treat that is made out of toasted flour, milk powder, sugar and butter. It's extremely simple to make and very decadent. There are a lot of different polvoron flavours that you can make. A few of them being cookies and cream, pandan, pinipig, peanut brittle and chocolate covered polvoron.
I decided that I would stick to the original version of this ever popular Filipino treat. So below is Mama Eugenio's version of Polvoron.
1. In a wok, toast the flour until it's golden brown. You should be able to smell it toasting. Make sure to stir as you toast the flour, otherwise it will burn. Set aside to cool.
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