INFOGRAPHIC: Pinoy Kakanin
These Filipino native delicacies, or kakanin, usually show up on our kitchen tables for merienda or dessert. Learn how to make your favorites!
This chewy rice cake usually has three fun-colored layers: white, yellow, and purple!
This steamed rice cake is a favorite mid-day snack in the Philippines. Enjoy it with freshy-grated coconut!
Watch this video to learn how to make this fluffy steamed cake!
This corn and coconut dessert is delicious when topped with latik or toasted coconut. Watch how you can make it here.
This snack is made from grated cassava. Roll it in cheese or grated coconut for a tropical treat.
During the boiling process, your palitaw will float to the top. That's when you know it is cooked! Watch how you can make it at home here.
Check out our step-by-step guide on how to make your favorite holiday snack!
You can have this for breakfast, merienda, or dessert. Have you tried stuffing it with chocolate before? Learn how to do it here.
Jazz up your regular biko with something tart and fragrant: calamansi rind! Watch our tutorial here.
Enjoy your puto bumbong with freshly grated coconut, butter, and muscovado sugar.