Looking for the perfect binge-watching snack? Maris Racal demos easy-to-make Pica-pica

A year after their last onscreen team-up, Maris Racal is reunited with former loveteam partner Inigo Pascual via coming-of-age movie “Boyette: Not A Girl Yet” headlined by Zaijian Jaranilla.

In the film, whose trailer already amassed millions of views, Maris plays Nancy, the ‘kikay’ girl who falls in love with the queer Boyet portrayed by ZaijIan.

Maris further talked about the friendship built among the artists. It wouldn’t be hard to believe her stories after watching the hilarious, good vibes-inducing movie trailer. The scenes and banters appear natural just as how they are off cam.

“Boyette: Not A Girl Yet” is streaming WORLDWIDE beginning November 27 for only 150 pesos on the following: KTX.ph, Iwant TFC, IPTV, Cignal PPV, and Sky Cable PPV distributed by CineXpress

Pica-pica

Passionate and a girl bestowed with many talent, Maris always has something fresh to offer to her fans. Her online followers already witnessed her bake, cook, style her newly-renovated house, sing her own composition, and more. 

This time around, the 23-year-old actress shared her ultimate binge-watching snack – Pica-pica with salsa! We got two ultimate reasons why it’s worth a try.

First, it’s yummy! Who wouldn’t love the taste of Mexican spices? And more importantly, it’s so easy-to-prepare. There’s no cooking involved, just a few minutes (even seconds!) of plating, and voila!

You would need two bowls – one for the chips and a smaller one for the dip. Just grab a pack of tacos and pour them on a bowl. For this demo, Maris combined different variants of grocery-bought tortilla chips. For the dip, a ready-made salsa will save you a lot of time.

The funny gal quipped that she’s a kitchen expert since birth. “Feeling ko gift na talaga sa akin ang pagluluto. Marunong ako mag-hotdog, corned beef,” she said in jest. The pretty Davaoena always looks forward to home-cooked meals when travelling back to the province and native ‘sugba’ or ‘inihaw’ in Filipino is one of her favorites.