Go to any mall , shopping places, or grocery in Metro Manila and chances are you will always find a kakanin stand like the one above. For as low as 10 pesos a piece, there are choices of biko, puto, kutsinta, suman , sapin-sapin and other Filipino delicacies. The kakanin stand owners don’t necessarily makeRead More
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.
Palitaw is a Filipino snack that is made of galapong (a soft dough), rice flour and when cooked, it is topped with white sugar and toasted linga (sesame seeds). According to this food site: Palitaw literally means to float. Once the glutinous rice mixture floats it means its cook.”>Palitaw literally means to float. Once theRead More