7 responses

  1. Cecile Yap
    June 3, 2009

    Hi Noemi thank you so much for sharing your recipe sa Siopao. The dough is so good my filling was vegetables, my fellow members in the church likes it and I shared with them your recipe. Previously I was using another recipe of the dough but it was not as good as yours.

    I tried using the siopao dough recipe for my fried bread, same as the Chinese Restaurants are using when we ordered Pata Humba (I forgot the name of the dish) I tell you pareho talaga. Again thank you!


    • Lilia
      June 23, 2010

      Hi Cecile,

      I missed that siopao dough recipe. Would you be kind enough to share it. I don’t think I was a subscriber yet at that time. Thanks.


  2. Cecile Yap
    June 3, 2009

    Nice ang bagong website background mo ngayon!


  3. Detox Diet Recipes
    July 10, 2009

    oh i love to eat bananas raw. i also love foods and recipes with banana in it. they taste very very good


  4. ziggy
    June 29, 2010

    i love the folksy banana bread. i can still remember eating this at elementary school. your recipe is so straightforward and simple i’ll teach my dog how to do it.
    .-= ziggy´s last blog ..Batchoy =-.


  5. Nick
    July 1, 2010

    I love banana bread! It’s recommended to use really ripe (to the point of overripe na) bananas to get that banana taste.


  6. anna
    February 20, 2011

    i cant understand the # 2 instructions. what are the flour mixture ( is that all the dry ingredients?) and the milk mixture? is it milk,vanilla and vinegar combined together?)

    add flour mixture to butter and egg mixture?? a little a at a time,then milk mixture,flour mixture,milk mixture? then banana then flour mixture again??


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