Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

Binaki (Sweet Corn Tamales)

Loading… Binaki or steamed corn tamales is made with milk, butter, sugar, and eggs. Sweet Corn Binaki is naturally sweet, aromatic and fresh from farm to your table. Binaki is a famous delicacy of Cagayan De Oro and also known to other provinces like in Bogo, Cebu and Agusan del Sur, Misamis Oriental Northern Mindanao… Continue reading Binaki (Sweet Corn Tamales)

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

Ube Cassava Sinukmani

Loading… You just gotta try this combo of kakanin. Ube lovers, rejoice because this recipe is so delicious! No need for a lot of explanation. Just imagine cassava and ube in one dessert with latik toppings. I promise this will not take a long stand on your table. Ube Cassava Sinukmani INGREDIENTS: 1 500 grams… Continue reading Ube Cassava Sinukmani

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

Suman Flan Recipe

Loading… Suman Flan Recipe Ingredients: 1/4 kilo malagkit (glutinous rice) 1 big can of condensed milk 1 Tbsp vanilla extract / Lemon juice 4 whole eggs 1-2 Tbsps of sugar per tin or llanera 200 ml water for cooking the glutinous rice Yields: 3 llaneras Mama’s Guide Instructions: Cook the malagkit or glutinous rice in… Continue reading Suman Flan Recipe

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SAYONGSONG RECIPE

Loading… Sayongsong is a famous Surigao kakanin! It is packed in a cone like banana leaves and it is a favorite pasalubong dessert or snack. (Binalusungsong sa dahon) Sayongsong is a delicious Surigainon delicacy and pride. SAYONGSONG RECIPE (Surigao Delicacy) Ingredients: 1 cup ordinary rice 1 cup purple malagkit rice/regular malagkit rice 1/2 cup roasted… Continue reading SAYONGSONG RECIPE

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

Cassava Bibingka Recipe

Loading… Cassava Bibingka is another type of kakanin from the Philippines.Traditionally cooked in clay pots lined with banana leaves. Nowadays, you can easily cook it in an oven. It is better in taste and flavor if you cook it lined with banana leaves instead of foils. This recipe is made of grated cassava milk, egg,… Continue reading Cassava Bibingka Recipe

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Special Quezon Tikoy Recipe

Loading… “One of Quezon’s pride is its mouth-watering brown tikoy. In Macalelon Quezon, there is a festival called Tikoy Festival featuring Tikoys of different types and sizes. Tikoy in Gumaca, Quezon, Quezon, and Sariaya tastes so delicious too but my most favorite is the one from Gumaca because of its milky, creamy, salty-sweet taste and… Continue reading Special Quezon Tikoy Recipe

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

Homemade Tikoy Recipe

Loading… Do you want to make a Homemade Special Tikoy giveaway for Chinese New Year. You’re right because there is no need to buy outside. You can make one at home from scratch and it is so easy to do. Just prepare a cute nice Chinese New year box, or even in microwaveable plastic tubs… Continue reading Homemade Tikoy Recipe

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin · Puto Recipes

Puto Pao (Adobo)

Loading… Puto stuffed with Adobo Flakes Ingredients: 1 cup all purpose flour 3 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 cup fresh milk (alternative: evap milk) 1/2 cup water 1/2 tbsp vegetable oil 2 tbsp sugar Filling: Leftover Chicken adobo flakes Instructions: Prepare puto molder and add 1 tbsp of adobo flakes in each mold. Set aside. In… Continue reading Puto Pao (Adobo)

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Biko with Latik Recipe

Loading… How to cook biko with latik recipe? If you want to cook biko and it’s your first time to cook biko. Here’s the most simple process of cooking delicious biko. Just prepare a round tray or bilao for the biko and a wilted banana leaves to line your serving tray. Happy cooking! Biko with… Continue reading Biko with Latik Recipe

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Tupig

Ingredients: 2 cups glutinous rice, soaked overnight 1 cup sugar 1 cup young coconut, shredded into strips banana leaves, passed through flames to wilt Cheesecloth or clean katsa   Instructions: Using a blender, grind the soaked glutinous rice until fine. (Reduced water if needed, just leave a little water) Pour the ground rice mixture into… Continue reading Tupig