Tuesday, January 24, 2023

Recipe Alert: Buttery Potato Biscuit

Now that we’re embracing our new normal, we can freely go out with the fambam to meet loved ones, re-discover and visit new places, eat and hang-out.

And speaking of eating out, normally, kapag kumakain kami and may particular food na nasarapan ang fambam they always request me to re-create it and make my own version, haha! Kaya challenge accepted naman ako palagi. Lol! And, why not, diba? Home-cooked meals are cheaper and healthier!

That said, let me share with you a recipe I recently made. Super daling gawin (translation: so easy to make) and yes, my fambam loves it! It’s perfect for breakfast or any time snack. Oh, did I say that one of the main ingredients are potatoes?

Alam nyo ba na ang dami palang pwedeng gawing dishes with potatoes? I thought before na pang mashed, baked, or rekado sa ulam lang sya. Hehe! Pwede din pala sya sa bread or pastry. Madaming forms ang patatas - may fresh, may frozen, and may dehydrated or instant.

(translation: did you know there are so many dishes that you can make with potatoes? I used to think they were just mashed or baked or used in usual viands. Hehe! You can use them in breads and pastries, as well. Potatoes come in many forms – there’s fresh, frozen and dehydrated or instant.)

Ang galing, diba ba? Para siyang all-around kitchen ingredient. Ang maganda pa sa patatas, hitik siya sa sustansiya kaya hindi na magdadalawang isip na ihalo siya sa recipe.

(translation: amazing, right? It’s like an all-round kitchen ingredient. One more good thing about the potato is that it’s nutrient-dense, so you wouldn’t think twice about adding it to your recipe.)

So here’s what I made... tadahhhh! Check out my version of Buttery Potato Biscuit.


  • ¼ cup standard potato granules
  • ¾ cup all-purpose flour
  • 2 tsp sugar
  • 1/8  tsp salt
  • ½ tbsp baking powder
  • 1/3 cup milk
  • ¼ cup butter


  1. Preheat oven to 230C. Don’t forget to sift all dry ingredients in a bowl.
  2. Cut the butter and place in the bowl as well.
  3. Slowly pour the milk and stir. Mix well together.
  4. Make a small semi-flat circle and place the biscuits on a non-stick baking sheet.
  5. Bake for 15 minutes or until they turn a little brown.

I made scrambled eggs and also prepared raspberry spread to complete the dish. You can also add your preferred filling and spread. It’s so easy to make and yummy, too!

The humble potato is a nutrient-dense vegetable. It contains many important nutrients vital for health, including vitamin C (27 mg) and plant-based protein (3 g). It is also a source complex carbohydrates (the good carbs!), fat-free, cholesterol-free, and sodium-free, and has only 110 calories per serving (148 g).

Good news! U.S. potato products are available in stores nationwide. Choose from dehydrated, frozen, and fresh potatoes – many options for whatever recipes you have in mind. So, don’t forget to buy U.S. potatoes in your next grocery trip!

For more information on U.S. potatoes, visit www.potatogoodness.ph or like and follow Potatoes USA-Philippines on Facebook and Instagram.

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