PUTO BUMBONG

Puto Bumbong and Cheese Lumpia Recipe

Let these upgraded crispy cheese sticks make you think of the holidays.
Puto bumbong is a classic holiday streetfood. However, it's not best once it has cooled down and no longer fresh from the vendor. Why not use that streetfood and make it even better? Pair it with cheese and then fry them into crispy sticks. These ...

Yes, Puto Bumbong Cake Exists And We Know Where You Can Buy One!

Just in time for the holidays!
When one thinks of the typical Pinoy Christmas, festive food comes to mind. You can’t miss the simbang gabi staples like the bibingka, and, of course, the puto bumbong. If you’re a fan of puto bumbong, Lia’s Cakes In Season’s seasonal Puto Bumbong ...

Indulge In These Puto Bumbong-Inspired Desserts This Christmas!

We can't get enough of puto bumbong!
As early as September and October, stalls selling Christmas delicacies like the buttery bibingka and roasted chestnuts become the new normal in the Philippines. One of the famous, well-loved Christmas kakanin in the Philippines is the puto bumbong. The puto bumbong is ...

WATCH: Different Types of Pinoy Kakanin

Which one is your favorite?
BikoBiko is a chewy and sweet rice cake. Top it with lots of toasted latik.Puto BumbongPuto bumbong is cooked in bamboo tubes and is usually served during the holidays. Enjoy it with freshly grated coconut, butter, and muscovado sugar.Sapin-SapinThis sticky rice treat ...

Get Into the Christmas Spirit with These Puto Bumbong Pancakes

There is nothing better than Pinoy holiday food staples!
Christmas came early! On top of the Early Bird Breakfast Club’s awesome menu of all-day breakfast choices (because breakfast for dinner may just be on everyone’s list of favorite things), they have recently introduced an item that is reminiscent of a truly ...

WATCH: Puto Bumbong is One of Our Fave Holiday Food

Puto Bumbong, the local treat made of glutinous rice, always signals the start of the holiday season.
Puto Bumbong is made from glutinous rice with a distinct purple flavor. The mixture is poured into bamboo tubes and steamed until cooked and is traditionally served with butter, shredded coconut meat, and muscovado sugar. Ready to try making this holiday treat? ...
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