How to make: Polvorón

A sweet treat made with flour, milk and butter, polvorón is another legacy of Spanish colonialism. Derived from polvo, the Spanish word for dust, Filipino-style polvorón is made by mixing together the ingredients then molding the mixture using a special tool.

There are many variations of polvorón, some contain pinipig (toasted pounded rice), nuts, cocoa powder and, recently, chocolate-coated polvorón has become very popular. »