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    Wednesday, October 17, 2012

    Maja Blanca with Corn


    Maja Blanca or white beauty in English is a popular dainty in the Philippines, it is very easy to make and it does not take a lot of time to to cook. Try this and surprise your love ones with this delicious white beauty with corn :D.

    Ingredients:
    2 cups cornstarch
    5 cups coconut milk
    2 cups white sugar
    1 cup Nestle cream or any all purpose cream
    2 cups evaporated milk
    1 cup corn


    corn starch

     Procedure:
    1. In a pot mix all the ingredients (leave some corn to be used later)  then let it boil over medium heat.
    2. Stirring occasionally until it is sticky, when it is already firm, it means it's cooked.



    3. In a tray where you are going to pour it, put some corn.

    4. Then pour the maja blanca, flatten evenly then refrigerate.

    5. When it is already chilled, turn the tray upside down and remove the maja so that the corn will be visible.



    6. Slice it to your desired serving size.

    re-cooked july 29, 2014


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    52 comments:

    1. have you tried cooking this before?

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    2. Not yet, but my Mommy loves to cook. This is one of the "kakanin" that she does. I am not really good with baking or doing kakanin, hehe! I wish though hehe.

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    3. Sarap salamat sa recipe

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    4. you are welcome, thanks for dropping by

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    5. Wow sarap nyan.how much po pag nagbenta ng ganyan slice?thanks

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      1. depende, total mo muna lahat ng gastos mo, then slice mo saka mo lagyan ng presyo :-)

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    6. wow yummy! ma try nga maluto! salamat po .

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      1. thank you for dropping by, sana balik ka uli :)

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    7. this blog is really useful.. especially those who wants to learn from your recipes. it is quite easy to do.. tnx for you. GOD BLESS..

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      1. Thanks a lot for the comment, God bless you too.

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    8. Usually, this comes with "Linga" - that fried coco meat. Do you have a specific recipe for it? Thanks!

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      1. here http://melyskitchen.blogspot.com.br/2013/03/maja-blanca-with-pineapple.html

        you can also sprinkle this one if you want.

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    9. Hi! Do you have the recipe for the LINGA? It's the topping that I usually have with this Maja Blanca. Thanks! :)

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      1. If you can buy linga, isasangag mo lang yon then sprinkle over the maja blanca.

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    10. I miss my mom doing this... everytime that I saw maja, the next thing that I think is my mother. Iloveu mom. Miss u mom ... :(

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    11. i've been wanting to make maja, :) it looks very easy to follow.thanks for posting it.

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    12. Is it ok to use the canned coconut milk?

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    13. love ti! i wil try this for my family today =) i'd like to learn how to make sapin sapin pls? thnks in advance =)

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      1. Ano po ang rsulta? nakagawa po kayo ng maja? Sige po kapag may time ako gagawa ako sapin sapin I will let you know

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      2. no result yet... will buy ingredients today... the other day... friday, i ended up making sapin sapin (philippine flag color) it turned out pretty good except for i forgot to oil the bottom and sides of the pan before i put the ingredients in kaya nag stick sya... will try it again... will make it again and this and kutsinta. =) getting ready for the holidays! thanks for ur blog... i check u out on fb as well. i post pics on there too.

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    14. Hi looks yummy i wanna try this pero pwede ko bang gamitin yung corn flour instead of constarch same lng ba yun?

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      1. yes the same. go for it and let me know about the result. :-) Happy cooking.

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    15. thanks po for sharing :) i-try ko nga pong gawin ito sa weekend :)

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    16. First time to see ur website and thanks i will try the maja n tapioca n mango float. Just in time for the occassion this month and will let you know the result. Thanks and God bless

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    17. what kind of cup u use? I have measuring cup here but its so big that i cant imagine having 2 cups of sugar put on it. That will be a loooot of sweetness! I never perfect making maja blanca. I had tried 2x before but it ended me up disappointed that i dont wanna make one no more pero i saw this and looks like an easy steps to make. Pls help if theres another option on using a measuring cup.Thanks!

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    18. hi mely, first timer pa lng po ako gagawa ng maja blanca dhl fav ng mister ko. anung gatas po ang pd gamitin evaporada o evaporated filled milk. ty

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    19. Ndi po ba masyado matamis yung 2 cups of sugar?

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    20. para sa akin hindi naman, pero iba iba naman tayo ng panlasa, kung sa palagay mo matamis para sa iyo pwede mong bawasan ayon sa panlasa mo.

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    22. pwede po ba gamitin yung sa gata ng niyog yung nabibili na powder coconut milk? thanks po.

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    23. My cousin loves making this but comes out disaster...she'll be happy to know i've got the perfect recipe...thanks melyskitchen

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    24. i made maja blanca kanina using melys recipe and it was a success.
      thanks!

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    25. mam sa 5cups of coconut ilang cups of water ilagay thank u po

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      1. ano po ang ibig nyong sabihin? 5 cups fresh grated coconut? just calculate na aabot ang gata ng 5 cups kapag napiga na.

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    26. ano po pinagkaiba nito sa classic maja blanca nyo? creamy din po b yun?

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    27. ano pong coconut milk ang gagamitin? may mare2comend po b kau n specific brand?

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    28. first time kong gumawa ng maja blanca today using your recipe and its so yummy..na perfect talaga ang lasa na gusto ko thanks for your recipe and its so easy to follow.

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    29. first time kong gumawa ng maja blanca today using your recipe and its so yummy..na perfect talaga ang lasa na gusto ko thanks for your recipe and its so easy to follow.

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    30. first time kong gumawa ng maja blanca today using your recipe and its so yummy..na perfect talaga ang lasa na gusto ko thanks for your recipe and its so easy to follow.

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    31. Hi Ma'am Mely,

      I love reading your food recipes. I tried this maja recipe of yours because before my maja would always come out too soft. Good thing it turned out the way i wanted it to be. Now I am selling this at work.

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    32. Thanks for this recipe, i will try it

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    33. Oh my i tried ur recipe this afternoon and its killing me. 2 cups of sugar is too much. My goodness. Check ur ingredients. Im soo disappointed.

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    Item Reviewed: Maja Blanca with Corn Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Mely
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