This Kani Maki Is Made With Biko Instead Of Japanese Rice
Give this unique snack a try!
If you love kakanin, there are all kinds of fun twists to the classic Pinoy treat like puto stuffed with ulam, maja blanca doughnuts, flavored palitaw, and even entire platters filled with a variety of rice-based desserts that you can get delivered. Here's another one to add to your list if you just can't get enough: Amaris' Munchies makes Biko Maki and Sapin Sapin Cups that you'll want to order ASAP!
Biko Maki (P150/eight pieces; P350/20 pieces) may sound like a pretty wild combo, but hear us out: This unique snack features crab sticks, mango, and nori rolled into sweetened, rice cake in place of Japanese rice. What you get is a fun mix of sweet and savory as well as a surprising but complementary marriage between Filipino and Japanese flavors. Don't knock it till you try it!
Another sweet treat on Amaris' Munchies' menu worth trying are their Sapin Sapin Cups (P130/eight pieces), which takes a classic kakanin and serves it in a handy size you can hold in one hand and snack on at any time of the day. They're available in a variety of flavors including hazelnut, chocolate, yema, and cheese!
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