HomeAni: Letran Calamba Research Reportvol. 3 no. 1 (2016)


Earl Watson S. Robel | Ma. Joycelyn Grace A. Ramos | Minorka L. Mercado | Johnny Boy S. Tizon



Pretzel Mo Teh! was a distinctive variety of pretzel that was made of kamote, a more nutritious and affordable ingredient available in the local market. The proponents used a local alternative, kamote, as substitute ingredient for the usual flour-based dough. To make the pretzel, kamote was boiled, grated, mixed with egg  and other seasonings, and deep fried. Confectioners’ sugar, cinnamon, and chocolate were used as coating.