FILIPINO KAKANIN

WATCH: This Puto Is Made Better With Muscovado Sugar

Muscovado sugar elevates an ordinary puto into a puto that's definitely more tasty.
Muscovado sugar has a wonderfully warm flavor that plain sugar doesn't have. Upgrade your ordinary white puto with this puto recipe made with natural brown sugar. Here are more puto recipes:  ...

This Delicious Bibingka In a Tin Can Is The Perfect Christmas Gift

It's not just chocolate cake that can be baked in a can!
It’s Christmas time again, which means our craving for bibingka is back. It’s this craving that started it for Chef Michelle Marie Abalon of Sweetums Sweet Treats who now sells eight scrumptious versions of bibingka in red tin cans. You’ll love their classic bibingka thanks to an over-the-top generous topping ...

There's An Easy Way To Make Kakanin

Plus, it creates the smoothest batter!
Always wanted to make kakanin (rice cakes) at home? Desserts with flour made of rice, unlike wheat flours, don’t contain gluten so here's an easy way to mix your kakanin batter: use a high-powered ,achine like a blender! Even if you beat it longer ...

WATCH: How To Make Black Kutsinta

Flavored with molasses, these are hard to resist!
Molasses is the secret ingredient in these black kutsinta pieces. Its earthy, sweet, umami flavor gives it its distinctive color while imparting deep sweet flavors.If you love the flavor of molasses, feel free to increase the amount to as much as 1/4 cup ...

The Ultimate Guide to Making Puto at Home

Puto is a steamed rice cake that is a mainstay in Filipino cuisine.
Puto is a steamed rice cake that is traditionally made with fermented galapong (rice dough made from rice flour) and is often served alongside savory mains like pancit (noodle stir-fry) and dinuguan (pork blood stew). Puto is lightly sweet and can also ...

Must-Try: Kutsinta + Caramel Combo

This caramel black kutsinta will have you craving for kakanin!
Baguio City has it good: the Caramel Black Kutsinta from Tita Lea’s Food Specialties will renew your love for kakanin. Firm and deliciously chewy, the dark-colored kutsinta gets its subtle sweet flavor and color from molasses (as opposed to the traditional kutsinta ...
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