Sayote in Your Tea Cake? It Works!

Manila Bake's gluten-free tea cake will surprise you.

IMAGE Riell Santos

Sayote or chayote is often used in sautéed vegetable dishes. It also offers a light crunch and mild sweet flavor to savory dishes. But have you tried a bread made with sayote?

 

Manila Bake’s Sayote Spice Tea Cake is a gluten-free treat with layers of delicious light fruity and spicy flavors. The most surprising thing about this cake? The sayote lends moisture and texture to an otherwise dense cake. It can sit on your kitchen counter at room temperature for three days, no refrigeration necessary.

 

To order, call Manila Bake at 0998-2718109

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