Puto Pandan


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Yummy Puto Pandan. I can just taste the pandan flavor in every bite of this puto. My husband and I happened to drop by at the Makati Cinema Square and the Kakanin stand on the first flooe never fails to attract me.

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For only 5 pesos per puto, the price is worth it. After buying 10 pieces, I take a bite . The texture of the puto is moist and compact. You can even smell the pandan flavor as you take a bite. Not contented with the puto pandan, we bought turon and Lumpia ubod


18 thoughts on “Puto Pandan”

  1. I love Puto Pandan,one of my favourite in Goldilocks. Can I get a copy of puto pandan recipe,please.
    Thank you

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  2. I’ve been looking for puto pandan recipe and so far this is the best picture I’ve ever seen! Please send me a copy of the recipe. Pleaseee! By the way I love the puto recipe with the Galapong bigas! Magnifico!

  3. Whenever I go back home from Denver, I order Puto Binan. Do you know how to prepare this kind of puto. I will highly appreciate it if you can show me how I can prepare one myself even if I am here.
    Thanks a lot

  4. Ingredients Puto

    6 cups Galapong Bigas (see method of preparing Galapong Bigas)
    1 1/2 tablespoons baking powder (optional since galapong bigas already has trapped yeast to make puto rise)
    1 3/4 cups refined sugar
    1 teaspoon anise seed
    1 1/2 cups coconut milk (see procedure on Coconut milk preparation)
    grated cheddar cheese (for topping, optional)
    salted egg (for topping, optional)


    1. Mix the galapong bigas, sugar, anise seed. Add the coconut milk. Beat using a wire whisk.

    2. Prepare muffin pans lined with banana leaves.

    3. When muffin pans are ready, pour mixture.

    4. Steam for 25-35 minutes. Do not over-steam so that the crust of the puto is not tough.

    5. Top the puto with grated cheddar cheese or salted eggs, a few minutes before puto is cooked.

    Yield: around 3 dozens.

  5. Here is what you need for Puto

    1 cup all-purpose flour
    1 teaspoon baking powder
    3 tablespoons white sugar
    1/4 cup shortening
    1/8 teaspoon salt
    6 tablespoons evaporated milk
    4 egg whites
    2 tablespoons sugar (for the egg whites)


    1. Cream shortening. When fluffy, add the 3 tablespoons sugar.

    2. Add the dry ingredients together (flour and baking powder) together and add alternately with the 6 tablespoons milk to the creamed mixture. Set aside.

    3. In another mixing bowl, beat egg whites until stuff. Add 2 tablespoons sugar to keep the air in the beaten eggwhites.

    4. Fold the eggwhites to the mixture in number 2.

    5. Pour into muffin molds.

    6. Steam for 20 minutes or until done.

    7. Top with a few anis seeds for flavor. Serve hot or cool

    Yield: around 6 peces

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