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Chamorro Bread Pudding Recipe

This kalamai recipe is the pudding or creamy version of the Chamorro kalamai. It is made using masa harina, coconut milk, cornstarch, sugar and vanilla. Complete written recipe: http://www.paulaq....

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A Guam sweet bread recipe you'll love. It has that subtle, tell-tale flavor of the Chamorro sweet bread you are used to finding on fiesta tables. This recipe produces a somewhat dense roll,...

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The Chamorro barbecue marinade is super delish and aromatic. Marinating your chicken or ribs for 24 hours imparts the best, strongest flavor. You are sure to make your neighbors salivate when...

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Guam corn soup is rich with the luscious flavors of coconut milk. Lots of chicken is included along with the corn of course. Chamorro corn soup is very popular at rosaries and nobenas. This...

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Chamorro cake is more like a pound cake compared to brojas, the Chamorro sponge cake. If you use all-purpose flour, my recipe yields a dense cake. If you prefer cake flour, the cake is luscious...

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This is a Filipino eggroll common on many Chamorro tables. The key to this lumpia recipe in A Taste of Guam is to use the Filipino lumpia wrapper, not the typical eggroll wrapper. This how...

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This video was created to promote the cookbook, A Taste of Guam. For exact measurements of the ingredients used in the video, please refer to the cookbook. A handful of recipes from A Taste...

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Chicken kelaguen or kelaguin is Guam's chicken-lemon-and-onion salad. It's a must at Guam barbeques and Guam fiestas. via Paulaq.com: Kelaguen is basically cooking a source of protein in lemon,...

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Pancit, a Filipino dish, can be a full meal in and of itself, but it's a side dish for the Chamorros. This particular version uses canton noodles instead of rice noodles. Pancit is always a...

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Shrimp and spam patties that are moist and eggy....and still soft the next day! Okay, you may leave the spam out if you like. Many islanders, including the Chamorros or Guamanians, love to...

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Join us for this segment of Island Palate as Maj. Fisher learns how to make a delectable local favorite dessert.

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This is the fried version of Guam's pumpkin turnover. It's even better the next day! If you are planning a holiday gathering or thinking of what to bring to the party, this is a great make-ahead...

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Poto is a steamed rice cake usually made with tuba on Guam. There are many variations across the Pacific. Without tuba, you have to make do. Different countries spell it as potu or puto. Hope...

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This video was created to promote the cookbook, A Taste of Guam. For exact measurements of the ingredients used in the video, please refer to the cookbook. A handful of recipes from A Taste...

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LIST OF INGREDIENTS BELOW. If you love banana cream pudding, and you love coconut, you'll just fall in love with this dessert. While it has the traditional vanilla wafers, vanilla pudding...

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Some actually prefer buchi buchi the next day when it is really soft. Pastit uses different ingredients for the dough and is baked. Enjoy my video on how to make buchi buchi, pastit or Guam...

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Guam or Chamorro red rice......a must have at bbqs!! Enjoy my video on how to make red rice or Guam's rice. About Paula Paula Lujan Quinene writes mostly about her long-time loves--Guam,...

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List of ingredients below. Link to complete written instructions: http://www.paulaq.com/mexican-flour-tortillas_1.html INGREDIENTS Set 1 3 c. all-purpose flour ΒΌ tsp. + 1/8 tsp. baking...

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