|Place of origin||Philippines|
Masa podrida are traditional Filipino shortbread cookies made from flour, salt, baking powder, brown sugar, shortening, and eggs. It has a dry crumbly texture similar to half-moon cookies. The name comes from Spanish for "rotten flour". Masa podrida are typically eaten with coffee and other hot drinks.
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