Puto Seco refers to a Filipino kind of biscuit; a snack that is very different from the rice cake called Puto. Puto Seco is made from wheat flour and cornstarch and shaped into round, crunchy, bite-size pieces. When eaten it is like you will have a sweet flour in your mouth so it is hard to talk or even whsiper. Puto Seco is available in local bakeshops in the Philippines and Laguna and Quezon Provinces is well-known for their delicious Puto Seco. In the Philippines, when we were young, there is always a game wherein contestants are asked to eat Puto Seco and then whistle, the first one who can whistle after eating or munching on Puto Seco is the winner of the game. Below is a simple recipe for Puto Seco. Ingredients: 300 grams Cornstarch 1 cup flour 1/2 cup butter or margarine 4 pcs eggs 1 tsp. salt 1 tsp. baking powder 1 cup white sugar How to make Puto Seco * Mix all ingredients together. Transfer to cookie molds and bake at 300 deg F oven until golden brown.
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