Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

Bibingkang Kanin

Loading… Ingredients: 400 grams – malagkit 220 grams – brown sugar 100 grams – white sugar 800 ml (3 1/4 cup) – coconut milk, divided 600ml and 200 ml 1 teaspoon – salt How to Cook Bibingkang Kanin: Preparation: 30 mins Cooking time: 30 mins 1) Preheat your oven to 175 degrees C. 2) In… Continue reading Bibingkang Kanin

Filipino Native Food · Holiday Recipes · Kakanin


Loading… This Biko Recipe is special compared to other regular biko recipe you normally taste or see. Biko with Panutsa  or Latik is a native delicacy in Pangasinan, Tarlac, Nueva Ecija, Ilocos and other provinces in the Philippines (mostly with abundant sugarcane) In other provinces they call it Sinakob in Pangasinan and Tagapulot in Ilocos Norte. BIKO… Continue reading BIKO WITH PANUTSA

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

Binalay ng Isabela

Loading… Binalay Recipe ng Isabela Serves 10 Ingredients: 4 Cups glutinous rice flour 1/2 Cup water 4 Cups coconut milk 1 Cup water 1 1 /2 Cups brown sugar Banana leaves Instructions: WRAPPED STICKY RICE In a large bowl, Combine and add the glutinous rice flour and water. Stir it well. Combine flour mixture until… Continue reading Binalay ng Isabela

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin


Loading… (STICKY RICE CAKE W/ JACKFRUIT) Forgive me but I tweaked the usual recipe a bit. I like those chewy and crunchy edges achieved by putting the pan of biko in the oven for about a half hour or so until you see that browning of the edges. Then I put a healthy mound of… Continue reading BAKED BIKO WITH LANGKA

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

Pinipig Kalamay

Loading… Pinipig kalamay or Pounded Green Rice Pudding in English is another favorite pinoy kakanin. The word “Kalamay” which means sugar, is referred to sweet rice delicacy or in Filipino these kind of sweet rice desserts are generally called “Kakanin”. Filipinos like me, grew up eating sweet rice desserts cooked by our moms and grannys. There… Continue reading Pinipig Kalamay

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin · Mama's Recipes

Inutak Recipe

How to cook Inutak Recipe or Sticky Rice Cake layered with Coconut cream and Purple yam flavors. Sumptuous native Filipino delicacy you must try! It is called Inutak because the toppings looks like a cooked brain. This recipe has two language version. English and Tagalog cooking instructions. So anyone can easily adapt this recipe. Paano… Continue reading Inutak Recipe

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

Tinubong ng mga Ilocano

Tinubong ( Kalamay of Ilocos Sur) at Vigan Heritage Village. Nakatikim ka na ba nito? Isa sa mga native delicacies ng mga Ilocano. Ang sarap! Tinubong is a delicacy found all throughout the Ilocos Region. The name is derived from the container “tubong,” which the inter-node of a bamboo. Tinubong is a rice cake of… Continue reading Tinubong ng mga Ilocano