Palitaw recipe

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of an inch thick and drop immediately in briskly boiling water. Cook the rice cakes three or four at a time to prevent them from sticking to each other.

Homemade Palitaw Filipino rice cakes

Originally, Palitaw is made from washed Ground Sticky Rice or Kakaning Malagkit as they call it in Tagalog (Almost the same as the Sumang Malagkit).

Maja Blanca Recipe - Recipe Ni Juan

Homemade Filipino Maja Blanca Dessert Recipe

By the year goes by so fast some of our fellow Filipino netizens invented a different way of cooking Maja Blanca Recipe such as by adding Langka (Jackfruit) to the original recipe while others add Cheese, Ube (Purple Yam) to put some twist and to make the taste more flavorful.

Maja Blanca Recipe - Recipe Ni Juan

Homemade Filipino Maja Blanca Dessert Recipe

By the year goes by so fast some of our fellow Filipino netizens invented a different way of cooking Maja Blanca Recipe such as by adding Langka (Jackfruit) to the original recipe while others add Cheese, Ube (Purple Yam) to put some twist and to make the taste more flavorful.

of an inch thick and drop immediately in briskly boiling water. Cook the rice cakes three or four at a time to prevent them from sticking to each other.

Homemade Filipino Maja Blanca Dessert Recipe

By the year goes by so fast some of our fellow Filipino netizens invented a different way of cooking Maja Blanca Recipe such as by adding Langka (Jackfruit) to the original recipe while others add Cheese, Ube (Purple Yam) to put some twist and to make the taste more flavorful.

Sapin-Sapin Recipe

Colorful Filipino Sapin-Sapin sticky-rice cake

Sapin-Sapin is a colorful Filipino Food made of glutinous rice. It is under the classification of sticky rice cake. It attracts people here and there, first, because of its colors. The usual color of this rice cake is a combination of violet, red, and yellow or a combination of violet, red, and white.

of an inch thick and drop immediately in briskly boiling water. Cook the rice cakes three or four at a time to prevent them from sticking to each other.

Colorful Filipino Sapin-Sapin sticky-rice cake

Sapin-Sapin is a colorful Filipino Food made of glutinous rice. It is under the classification of sticky rice cake. It attracts people here and there, first, because of its colors. The usual color of this rice cake is a combination of violet, red, and yellow or a combination of violet, red, and white.

Pichi-Pichi Recipe

Pichi-Pichi Recipe: Cassava with coconut & cheese fiesta food

The Pichi-Pichi Recipe is said originated from the province of Quezon, Philippines and is a permanent part of their menu whenever there are festivities especially during town fiestas and the ever famous Pahiyas festival.

of an inch thick and drop immediately in briskly boiling water. Cook the rice cakes three or four at a time to prevent them from sticking to each other.

Pichi-Pichi Recipe: Cassava with coconut & cheese fiesta food

The Pichi-Pichi Recipe is said originated from the province of Quezon, Philippines and is a permanent part of their menu whenever there are festivities especially during town fiestas and the ever famous Pahiyas festival.

of an inch thick and drop immediately in briskly boiling water. Cook the rice cakes three or four at a time to prevent them from sticking to each other.

Pork Igado Recipe with liver and patis fish sauce

The Igado Recipe which will be shared here uses pork belly, pork liver, garlic, onion, bay leaves, black pepper, vinegar, soy sauce, bell pepper, green peas, and seasoning.

Kikiam Recipe (Homemade)

Filipino Kikiam Street Food recipe: great snack to make

The homemade Kikiam Recipe version is the one where meat and vegetable are used. One version of Kikiam which can be found in Dumaguete is called “Tempura“ because it is flattened and they say it resembles the Japanese dish of the same name

of an inch thick and drop immediately in briskly boiling water. Cook the rice cakes three or four at a time to prevent them from sticking to each other.

Filipino Kikiam Street Food recipe: great snack to make

The homemade Kikiam Recipe version is the one where meat and vegetable are used. One version of Kikiam which can be found in Dumaguete is called “Tempura“ because it is flattened and they say it resembles the Japanese dish of the same name

Lumpiang Sariwa Recipe (with Peanut and Sauce)

Lumpiang Sariwa Recipe (with Peanut and Sauce): Filipino lumpia version

Lumpiang Sariwa uses fresh lumpia wrapper that is soft while the other kinds of lumpia use lumpia wrapper that needs to be fried. Are you being careful with your health right now? If you are then this lumpia recipe is the one you need to learn.

of an inch thick and drop immediately in briskly boiling water. Cook the rice cakes three or four at a time to prevent them from sticking to each other.

Lumpiang Sariwa Recipe (with Peanut and Sauce): Filipino lumpia version

Lumpiang Sariwa uses fresh lumpia wrapper that is soft while the other kinds of lumpia use lumpia wrapper that needs to be fried. Are you being careful with your health right now? If you are then this lumpia recipe is the one you need to learn.

Palitaw Recipe (Homemade)

Homemade Palitaw Filipino rice cakes

Originally, Palitaw is made from washed Ground Sticky Rice or Kakaning Malagkit as they call it in Tagalog (Almost the same as the Sumang Malagkit).

Maja Blanca Recipe - Recipe Ni Juan

Homemade Filipino Maja Blanca Dessert Recipe

By the year goes by so fast some of our fellow Filipino netizens invented a different way of cooking Maja Blanca Recipe such as by adding Langka (Jackfruit) to the original recipe while others add Cheese, Ube (Purple Yam) to put some twist and to make the taste more flavorful.

Maja Blanca Recipe - Recipe Ni Juan

Homemade Filipino Maja Blanca Dessert Recipe

By the year goes by so fast some of our fellow Filipino netizens invented a different way of cooking Maja Blanca Recipe such as by adding Langka (Jackfruit) to the original recipe while others add Cheese, Ube (Purple Yam) to put some twist and to make the taste more flavorful.