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Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Butsi Espesyal Recipe

Butsi Espesyal Recipe



Hello Everyone!
Hungry for some snack or merienda today? Perfect!, I got a scrumptious recipe for you to try at home. As you all know me, I love sweets, and who doesn't? Especially if it is made from scratch just like how I remembered it back home. Do you remember my post from last year of Butsi Recipe?  I can't get enough of this classic merienda that I dearly love. It's not only its my favorite merienda growing up, It also remind me of my grandma, she made butsi all the time, that's were I learned how to make them. Thank you, Grandma!:) Anyways, the recipe from previous post is no different this time. The only thing that I change is the size of the Butsi, that's all! I love making little butsi but I found it easier to fry when they are little larger and less time spent in the kitchen as well. 
We call it Butsi-( Butsi with sweet coconut filling inside and coated with granulated sugar) back home especially in Mindanao area where this sweet treat is very popular. There is also Butchi with sweet monggo filling rolled into a sesame seeds which you can get at( Chowking) famous fast food chain in the Philippines. I love those kind of Butchi too. They are different in terms of ingredients but both are equally delicious.
Anyways, which one do you prefer to eat? I would go with Butsi that I'm familiar with and I know exactly how to make them. Are you hungry already just by talking about it? Me too, Come on join me in my kitchen as I made this delicious and super easy treat that is so perfect for everyone.:)




 
Ingredients:
2 cups All purpose flour
1/2 cup lukewarm water
1/4 cup sugar
1 egg
1/4 cup butter- cold and chopped into cube
1 pack yeast or (2 1/4 teaspoon yeast)
1 tsp. salt
granulated sugar- for coating
oil for frying- I used canola oil
Coconut Filling-
- combine 2 1/2 cups of shredded coconut/ or coconut flakes and 1/2 cup brown sugar let it set overnight. Note: Used fresh coconut if you have one if the above method is pretty close.:)

Procedure:
* NOTE: Flip the Butsi ONE to avoid greasy butsi. Stay close to the fryer, because it cook FAST! 
1.) In large bowl combine the flour, salt, sugar, yeast and chopped butter. Mix until well combined.
2.) Add the lukewarm water and egg and mix it well.
3.) Knead the dough into clean surface until it become elastic. Let the dough rise 1-2 hours.
4.) Divide the dough into 8 parts. Form the dough into balls, flatten it out using rolling pin. Add as much coconut filling as you want as long as it close tightly for frying. Repeat the process until everything is done.
5.) Let it rise dor like 25-30 minutes. It also gives you time to heat up your oil or frying..:)
6.) Fry the butsi in medium low for about 2-3 minutes on each side.  Make sure that its cook all the way before turning it over.  Drop this cuties into granulated sugar for coating. YUM!
7.) DONE! Serve it hot or cold along with your favorite drink and let your friends come over. 
In large bowl combine flour, sugar, yeast, salt and butter. Mix well until everything incorporated.
2.) Add the egg into the mixture and lukewarm water and start mixing together.
3.) Knead the dough in clean floured surface until smooth and elastic. Let is rise for 1-2 hours.
4.) Divide the dough into 20 pieces. Start forming the dough into little balls, flatten it out using the rolling pin, and fill the coconut filling. Do this process until everything is done.
- See more at: http://pinayexplorer21.blogspot.com/2013/05/butsi-recipe.html#sthash.8pV68cD1.dpuf
2 cups all purpose flour
1/2 cup water, lukewarm
1 egg
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup butter - cold and chopped into cube
1 pack yeast (2 1/4 teaspoon yeast)
1 tsp. salt
extra sugar- for coating
oil- for frying ( if u have deep fryer, much better:)
Filling:
1 1/2 cup coconut flakes
1/2 cup brown sugar
- Put this 2 ingredients in a food processor, pause for couple minutes. Set aside.
Note: Just use something you like for filling if you don't like sweet coconut filling. - See more at: http://pinayexplorer21.blogspot.com/2013/05/butsi-recipe.html#sthash.VxJNAdWg.dpuf
Ingredients:
2 cups all purpose flour
1/2 cup water, lukewarm
1 egg
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup butter - cold and chopped into cube
1 pack yeast (2 1/4 teaspoon yeast)
1 tsp. salt
extra sugar- for coating
oil- for frying ( if u have deep fryer, much better:)
Filling:
1 1/2 cup coconut flakes
1/2 cup brown sugar
- Put this 2 ingredients in a food processor, pause for couple minutes. Set aside.
Note: Just use something you like for filling if you don't like sweet coconut filling. - See more at: http://pinayexplorer21.blogspot.com/2013/05/butsi-recipe.html#sthash.8pV68cD1.dpuf
Ingredients:
2 cups all purpose flour
1/2 cup water, lukewarm
1 egg
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup butter - cold and chopped into cube
1 pack yeast (2 1/4 teaspoon yeast)
1 tsp. salt
extra sugar- for coating
oil- for frying ( if u have deep fryer, much better:)
Filling:
1 1/2 cup coconut flakes
1/2 cup brown sugar
- Put this 2 ingredients in a food processor, pause for couple minutes. Set aside.
Note: Just use something you like for filling if you don't like sweet coconut filling. - See more at: http://pinayexplorer21.blogspot.com/2013/05/butsi-recipe.html#sthash.8pV68cD1.dpuf


Would you love to come over and grab some? C'mon! I promise its delicious. I hope you find this recipe so appetizing and make your merienda moments so fun and give this Butsi Espesyal a try. I gotta grab some butsi before its gone. (hehehe) So, until next time everyone for more fun and exciting recipe. Enjoy the rest of the day.:) Stay inspired and cook with your heart:)
 P.S-Kudos to Chemist Dad for very easy tutorial- 
Note: ( I added the print this page for easy printing to my lovely readers.)
 xoxoxo- Melgie
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41 comments:

  1. Oh wow this makes me sweet tooth very very intrigued lol!! This looks amazing!!

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  2. I have to try to make this one. Di pa ako naka try gumawa:) Mukhang amsarap nga recipe mo:)

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    1. Masarap nga, Let me know how it turned out for you. Thank you, Joy:)

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  3. These look super yummy!! Gorgeous x

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  4. Nagutom ako sa post mo, sis. I miss eating buchi! Back when I was still living in the province during my younger days, naku lagi ako nakakain nito because my lola used to sell it in school (I'm her assistant vendor, hihi!) and after recess, I would ask her if I could eat one, too. Nakakamiss those days, I was still in grade school back then. Makapagluto nga nito one time. Thanks for the recipe, sis! At last, a recipe that doesn't need an oven, haha! :-)

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    1. This is kinda like my to go merienda, its either this or the shakoy, hehehe. Nakakamiss sa province no, I missed those days din with my grandma, She also sell butsi and I always get my share all the time and its always good..:) Hope you enjoy the recipe as much as I do:) Thanks!

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  5. Instead of using glutinous rice flour, you used all-purpose flour. Parang Munchkins lang ng DD.

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    1. Yup! I agree its kinda Munchkins lang with sweet coconut filling..:) Thank you

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  6. Butsi with a twist. Easy lang pala ha. Daddy must cook this. Hehe.

    Mommy Maye
    www.momaye.com

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    1. I think Allan will rock this recipe for sure. Thank you, Maye:)

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  7. We can easily buy this from the bakery. I guess when you live abroad, you have to make this from scratch. Good job!

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    1. No choice Sis, I can't just buy this snack at bakery. It was fun experience na din:) Thanks

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  8. Wait for me I'm going to your place right now.. hehehe..

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  9. cool. i dont know that butsi is fried..hahaha sorry nemen. this is something new :)

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  10. I believe in your promise that this is delicious. But, actually, I had something else in mind, when you said butsi... maybe I was thinking of the Chinese buchi!

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    1. I think your right. This is not the kind of butsi that you'll get in chowking though. Thank you:)

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  11. This is old school merienda. I love the bukayo inside the butsi :)

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  12. I love this! I'm usually more familiar with the ones from Chowking but this one looks yummy too!

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  13. Filipino donuts! One of my most favorite meriendas back when I was in grade school!

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  14. I didn't realize that this is deep fried! Kala ko baked... must be really special because it has coconut filling!

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    1. It is fried just like donuta but with coconut filling inside. Thank you:)

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  15. I should ask our janitor if may binebenta butsi sa pinagbibilhan nya ng banana que.. hehehe Gutom na ako! :-)

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    1. Heheheh baka nga meron, masarap din yung bananaque sis:) Thanks!

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  16. similar to pan de coco, but fried not baked. thanks for sharing!

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    1. O the dough is same sa donuts sis:) parang ganun na nga. Thanks:)

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  17. You're into pastries lately sis. You should go manage your store now. :)

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  18. Yes, I would love to come and grab some! Soo delicious.. Diet mode pa naman ako haha!

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    1. Sayang! Masarap pa naman sana.:) Thanks:)

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  19. I'm not really fond of butsi, but this looks yummy. I always thought it would be more complicated to make, tho. :)

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  20. This looks like the perfect tea time snack. I get hungry each time I visit your blog :)

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    1. You should move closer to my place so that I can invite you wheneve I feel making some snacks. Like Tea Time:) thank you

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  21. I love butsi! I usually buy it at the bakery whenever I can. I should try doing it :)

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    1. Its pretty easy to make actually:) But ready made butsi is equally delicious as well. I can make you some Marie:) Thanks:)

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