Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Kakanin · Merienda

Palitaw sa Panutsa Sauce

Loading… Another native Filipino kakanin from the province with abundant sugar cane plantations. The makers of Panutsa/Panotcha like the provinces of Pangasinan and Ilocos. In other provinces it is also known as Sinakob, Tagapulot, Pulitipot, Panotcha or Sugar Cane Mollases. This dark sugar cane mollases is like a (half sphere) bao in shape and has… Continue reading Palitaw sa Panutsa Sauce

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Kakanin

Bibingkoy ng Cavite

Loading… Have you tried Bibingkoy of Cavite? It’s an original Caviteño rice treat that taste like tikoy and buchi with ginataan! A glutinous rice cake pillow with green monggo/mung bean paste filling and served with generous creamy coconut milk with glutinous rice balls, jackfruit strips, and sago. Best breakfast you’ll ever taste when in Cavite.… Continue reading Bibingkoy ng Cavite

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

Suman Ilocano

Loading… These Suman Ilocano is always mistaken for Patupat. While others call it Suman Patupat. This simple Suman Ilocano are also called by others as Balisungsung in other provinces. Through the years this suman recipe were adapted by many other people from different provinces. These suman are very easy to make and requires very simple ingredients… Continue reading Suman Ilocano

Filipino Native Food · Food Business · Food Negosyo Ideas · Kakanin

MAJA BLANCA FOR BUSINESS RECIPE

Loading… MAJA BLANCA FOR BUSINESS RECIPE Yield: 31 pieces (spaghetti size styro) SRP: 40 pesos INGREDIENTS: 1 kilo cornstarch 1 ½ kilo white sugar 2 cans corn kernel ½ kilo buttermilk powder 2 cans big evaporated milk (alaska original/370ml) 150g powdered milk (Bear brand or Nido) 18 x (370ml) water (measured using the evap milk… Continue reading MAJA BLANCA FOR BUSINESS RECIPE

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

Maja Blanca with Milk Powder

Loading… Maja Blanca with Milk Powder is a silky smooth Maja Blanca recipe ever. It’s because of the milk powder. It sure has made a believer out of me for this is the the best recipe for Maja Blanca with outstanding result. The creamy milk powder and buko juice made it super delicious! You may… Continue reading Maja Blanca with Milk Powder

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin · Merienda · Puto Recipe · Puto Recipes

MATCHA PUTO (Green Tea)

Loading… Have you tried the matcha flavored puto yet! For the matcha fans..you will definitely enjoy this japanese flavored puto. Happy cooking and enjoy your Matcha puto. MATCHA PUTO (Green Tea) Servings: 2 dozens INGREDIENTS: 2 cups All Purpose Flour, sifted 2 tbsp Baking Powder, sifted 2 eggs, beaten 1 tsp Vanilla Flavor (Mccormick is… Continue reading MATCHA PUTO (Green Tea)

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin · Puto Recipe · Puto Recipes

Mama’s Puto Cheese Recipe

Loading… Mama’s Puto Cheese Recipe Mga Sangkap: 2 tasa All Purpose Flour, sinala sa strainer 2 tbsp Baking Powder, sinala sa strainer 2 itlog 1 tbsp Vanilla Flavor, (I used McCormick) 1 tasa sugar 7 tbsp butter (Anchor) 3/4 tasa Evaporated Milk (6oz./180ml) 1 tasa ng tubig (8oz) Cheddar Cheese (gumamit ng eden cheese kung… Continue reading Mama’s Puto Cheese Recipe

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

SUMAN SA LIHIYA

Loading… Suman sa Lihiya or Rice cake with lye water is an all time favorite snack of any Filipino. The lye water gives the rice a sticky elastic texture when cooked. It is wrapped in wilted banana leaves which gives it an aromatic flavor when cooked in boiling water. Suman sa Lihiya won’t be complete… Continue reading SUMAN SA LIHIYA

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin · Nutrition Month · Puto Recipe

How to make Puto Malunggay

Loading… How to Make Puto Malunggay is an easy step by step recipe for beginners who wants to make healthy Puto Malunggay for Nutrition month celebration of their kids in school. This recipe is absolutely delicious and no malunggay after taste or smell. I brought it in my son’s school for Nutrition month celebration and… Continue reading How to make Puto Malunggay

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin · Rice

Tamales (Boboto in Kapampangan)

Tamales or Boboto in kapampangan dialect, is made of rice flour, coconut milk, topped with palabok sauce, salted egg or boiled egg, shredded chicken, sprinkled with fried garlic and nuts. It is cooked thru steaming wrapped mixture in banana leaves. The aroma of banana leaves makes the Tamales smells so delicious as it cooks. It… Continue reading Tamales (Boboto in Kapampangan)