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A staple in Filipino Panaderia’s (Bread Shops) Kababayan is an easy to make muffin that is eaten as a snack in between meals. In this version we flavor it with Matcha.
*This Post is Sponsored by Aiya Matcha*
In this case it has two meanings. Kababayan In Tagalog, (one of the dialects spoken in the Philippines) means fellow countryman. Legend has it, that because this bread looks like a Salakot. A hat with a distinct dome with a rim. It was named Kababayan as whenever a person saw another person wearing the same type of hat, it would signal that they were fellow countrymen and would raise their hat to each other. No words necessary.
In this version we are going to add a touch of Matcha to the recipe. The Matcha Kababayan Recipe uses pantry baking staples and doesn’t take lots of mixing either.
These are the dry ingredients that you will need:
These are the wet ingredients that you will need:
Start the recipe by mixing all the dry ingredients together in a bowl. Then in a separate bowl mix together all the wet ingridents.
Now add the dry ingredients to the wet and mix lightly with a wooden spoon. Don’t over mix. If there are lumps of flour or sugar, it’s okay. The key is to not over mix.
The Matcha Kababayan is baked in an unlined muffin tin that has been sprayed with oil. Don’t forget that step!
Once the muffin tin has been greased, pour the batter in each cup just filling half way.
Bake the muffins in the oven at 350F for 15 minutes. Until the edges are brown and you see a dome forming on the Matcha Kababayan’s.
Once the muffins are baked, brush with melted butter and then remove from the tin and leave to cool on a rack.
Once it has cooled down you can serve it with some hot green tea, or even a matcha latte depending on your mood.
You can leave it on the counter for up to 3 days, stored in a cake dome. If you need to keep it for longer, wrap each muffin individually with plastic wrap and freeze for up to 3 months. Leave on the counter to defrost or pop in the microwave for 20 seconds to heat up.
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