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Sunday, October 10, 2010

Yum Moments: Pastillas de Leche (Milk Candies)

Hey ladies! For the past couple of days, I have been craving for pastillas de leche but I find that some of those that are commercially available can be a little too sweet and I don't have a sweet tooth. So when my friend called who happens to be a chef, I asked him how to make one and he gladly gave me the instructions. I never thought it was that simple. Here are the pastillas I made.






The only 3 things you need:
- Condensed milk
- Powdered milk
- Sugar

What to do:
- Mix powdered milk and condensed milk together until it becomes thick like a dough. Then form into any shape you want. Roll the pieces onto the sugar then eat! :P

Tip: You can add grated cheese or parmesan for cheese flavor. :)

Happy Sunday! :P



14 comments:

  1. omg looks so yummy.. after reading your recipe it reminds me of those once banned chinese mild candies ... you noe.. the one with a rabbit on the packaging with edible paper?

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  2. Donna, yummy noh? :P

    Caroline, yeah! I know that, my fave when I was a kid. :P I didn't know they were banned. So sad. :(

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  3. Nikki, mine too! As long as they're not too sweet and nut free. :P

    Nic, try it! They just melt in your mouth. :P

    Nadine, yeah, one of my absolute faves. :P

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  4. Rosey, I'm planning to make yema next. :P

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  5. Pammy , they were banned for a while due to the melamine scare. But it's back in stores.

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  6. Caroline, ooh. Thanks. Good to hear they're back. But I haven't seen those candies for a while now.

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  7. Hi Kitten, any powdered milk will do. I used Alaska on this one. :)

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  8. i see, thanks for the tip, i tried using it with nido it seems so creamy. Will try alaska then.

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