Pinoy kakanin, or native delicacies, are a staple food find in many outdoor markets or streetside buys. Make your favorites in your own kitchen with these step-by-step kakanin recipes. They are much easier to make than you think!
Biko is simple: sticky rice, coconut milk, brown sugar, and calamansi rind (for a tangy hit!). Top it with lots of toasty latik.
Everyone’s favorite fluffy steamed cake is the ultimate Filipino snack. The best perk of making it at home? You can load on some extra cheese on top!
Our tip for making suman extra special? Flavor it with chocolate or coco jam, or serve with mangoes.
4 Maja Blanca
Let your maja blanca set overnight and serve it cold for a refreshing afternoon treat.
Serve this chewy rice cake with generous servings of fresh grated coconut and a sprinkle of sugar and sesame seeds.