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No Malagkit? Here's The Easy Way To Make Lugaw Without Sticky Rice

You can use another kind of rice.
On some days, some ingredients are not always available. Even as a basic food essential, some ingredients just run out faster than other kinds. While we will never really run out of rice or bigas, we can run out of the kind of rice we like ...

Kalamay Recipe

This chewy and sweetened kakanin is soft and delicious!
Some of the most common kakanin are those found peddled on the side streets! One of the more common kinds of kakanin is the kalamay. This kakanin is sticky, chewy, and usually topped with latik. There are two kinds of latik, the sticky and ...

Have You Heard Of This Kakanin Called Bot-ong From Bacolod?

It used to be a kakanin that's eaten during All Soul's Day.
There are a lot of types of kakanin you can find all over the Philippines. We have the common suman, sapin-sapin, kutsinta, puto, pichi-pichi, biko, puto bumong, and bibingka which you can find almost everywhere, and we have the more unusual and ...

Spicy Pork Congee Recipe

Congee or lugaw is made meatier, tastier using pork and siling labuyo.
Spice up your usual congee recipe with some spicy chili. Make it even more appetizing by using meaty pork instead of chicken to flavor the broth the rice will simmer in.Load this spicy congee full of toppings for a fantastic eating experience ...

Bibingka Galapong Recipe

Have you tried this kind of bibingka yet?
Bibingka is a Filipino rice cake that's usually enjoyed during the Christmas holiday season.Traditionally made with rice flour, coconut milk, and eggs, the bibingka batter is charcoal-baked in banana leaves which gives it a fabulous flavor. It's best served warm, with melted butter on ...

Ginataang Halo-halo with Ube Bilo-bilo Recipe

There’s nothing more comforting for merienda than a warm bowl of ginataan.
This is one of the creamiest, great tasting, easy no-bake desserts you can make on the stove! It's a coconut milk and sticky rice dessert that you can slurp! Ginataang halo-halo is a rich and creamy dessert dish that is typically served during merienda. With the ...

WATCH: Things You Should Know About Suman

Here are quick facts about the delightful Filipino delicacy: suman.
Suman is a sticky, delightful Filipino favorite made primarily with glutinous rice and coconut milk. It is usually shaped then wrapped in a leaf such as banana leaves or palm leaves, which add an interesting layer of flavor to the suman. Paired ...

Ginataang Halo-Halo (Ginataang Bilo-Bilo) Recipe

Bring back childhood memories with this comforting bowl.
This Filipino merienda treat is made with glutinous rice flour balls, sweet potatoes, fruits, and ube. ...

Palitaw Recipe

Introduce the classic rice cake to the kids and get them involved in the cooking—they’ll enjoy rolling and shaping the dough!
Introduce the classic rice cake to the kids and get them involved in the cooking—they’ll enjoy rolling and shaping the dough! ...

Congee

There's nothing more comforting than a piping hot bowl of congee.
There's nothing more comforting than a piping hot bowl of congee. Tweak the recipe by serving it with different toppings like Chinese sausage or crispy wonton strips. ...
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