Biscocho

biscocho

Posted On January 7, 2012

biscocho

Biscocho

How to make Biscocho:

 

Biscocho is known as the Filipino toasted bread. It is coated with butter, milk and sugar.

 

It is derived from the Latin words “bis coctus” which means “twice baked”. It is best matched with hot cocoa or a cup of coffee. You can find some biscocho that is topped with garlic also.

 

 

slices of bread (leftover bread can be used)

Sugar

Butter

Cinnamon (optional)

 

1. Apply a thin layer of softened butter or margarine on the sliced bread. Don’t be tempted to apply a thick layer of butter since it will make the bread soggy.

2. Dab the sliced bread on a plate of sugar.

3. Place sliced bread in oven toaster for 450 for 2 minutes, turn to toast for another 2 minutes.

4. Let it cool then serve.


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