I grew up mostly in the US but whenever one of my relatives visited, they always brought a bag full of mamon from Goldilocks Bakery, a popular bakery chain in the Philippines. P21.00P60.00 (3 PCS. It’s Jun from Jun-blog! I’m a white girl who is learning to cook Filipino food for my Filipino girlfriend. Mamon is one of those foods with which I have no shame- I can just eat one slice after another…after all- it’s sponge cake! Mamon Recipe. Panlasang Pinoy Recipes is a food blog created to share a collection of Filipino Recipes and foreign recipes that have been modified to suit Filipino taste. Oooh, mamonnnnn! The demands of the days have been a bit overwhelming. It’s actually refreshing to lose myself while tending to the garden and working around the yard, while cooking and baking. Sure. Life has been good. Thank you, Pru. Recipe adapted from Goldilock’s Bakebook, makes six 5-inch cakes, 1/4 cup salted butter, melted, plus more for brushing molds and cakes For those unfamiliar with Filipino food and culture, Jun-blog is a delicious introduction. Thanks for the recipe! Thank you so much for following the blog. Combine egg yolks, water, and butter in the bowl of a standard mixer fitted with the paddle attachment. Maybe because I baked it… I trust our friendship is such that we can and we will always, easily pick up where we left off, as if time’s never lost. I made mamon [mah-mon], the dearly loved sponge cake from Goldilocks, the dearly loved bakery back home. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! firstname.lastname@example.org. 1/2 teaspoon baking powder Bring the water to a boil, reduce the … Scrape down the sides and bottom of the bowl with a rubber spatula. https://www.facebook.com/m.cris.rivera I LOVE your blog!! More hours to do more, to write more. To call mamon a sponge cake would be both accurate and inaccurate. I love Goldilocks, and their mamon is always what I pick out first when I go! Fold in the yolk and flour mixture into the egg white mixture. My email is email@example.com – I hope I win! So stay. Melts-in-the-mouth mamon with hot cocoa sounds heavenly! Half air really! Send me your mailing address and they’ll be on their way soon. Immune Booster Fruits & Vegetables Available in …, How to Make Homemade SPICY Sizzling Bangus …, How to Make HOMEMADE Special Puto Bumbong …, 1/4 cup salted butter, melted, plus more for brushing molds and cakes, 1/3 cup and 1/2 cup sugar, plus more for sprinkling on cakes, Generously brush paper molds with butter and set aside. My email, and FB page, are attached to my commenting profile. Look: Mamon recipe from the Goldilocks Bakebook. And now, some good news: Goldilocks’ uber popular Fluffy Mamon comes in ube and mocha — two new flavors that can easily be your go-to snack during merienda breaks! Jun Belen is the voice behind junblog, a mouthwatering and heart-warming journal of Filipino home cooking. !… would be so cool to win too! Now I won’t have to trek over to the Peninsula to get my fix of mamon. On the road and at home. Generously brush paper molds with butter and set aside. I’ve been spending a lot of my quiet time with my mom lately. She will be delighted to read this! I’d love to get one of those molds! I am looking for . 3 Spoon a layer of mixed fruits on top of the cream. Fill a cooking pot with about 3-4 inches of simmering water. 2 Spread whipped cream on top of the mamon layer. I make, Sift cake flour, baking powder, and 1/3 cup sugar together into a bowl and set aside. It’s no secret that Filipinos are big fans of any snack that has ube in it, putting it right on top of everyone’s list of classic Pinoy desserts.Mocha, on the other hand, is a sweet pleasure we always crave on special occasions. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. wow thanks for sharing..My email is firstname.lastname@example.org..Lydia. Thank you Jun!! With the mixer running, slowly add the dry ingredients and continue mixing for three minutes or until well blended. I would love to try this recipe in the paper molds. We claim no credit for any images, recipes and videos featured on this blog unless otherwise noted. Without tweets and without posts. There’s so much to be thankful for. The recipes are a bonus. Bear with me if you don’t hear from me often. Divide the batter evenly among the molds. your recipes are wonderful and i am going to try the mamom. There’s cake and there’s coffee.