Halloween celebration is just around the corner. And we Filipinos are fond of preparing glutinous rice delicacies. That’s a long time tradition that we all are enjoying. In Iloilo, we have this popular delicacy, Suman Latik. It’s made of cooked glutinous rice topped with bukayo, wrapped in banana leaves. It’s time to learn this great Ilonggo recipe.
After making a recipe for Rice Puto in Banana Leaves, I had received a lot of inquiries about using Rice Flour instead of using rice and grind it. So this time, I decided trying to use rice flour to make puto cheese to see how it would work, and this is what I’ve got so far. Here’s how to cook
If you’re an Ilonggo, you definitely know this one popular “kakanin”. Made of glutinous rice flour, coated with caramelized sugar. It’s something that you’ll crave for after your afternoon siesta. It’s time for you to know how to make one at home. And you’ll definitely know how easy it is to prepare this snack dessert recipe. Here’s how to make
This is one of the most requested recipe that I received. Rice puto is one popular rice snack in the country. It’s just so easy to prepare and only require three main ingredients. So if you are craving for rice puto, you might love how to make one at home. Here’s how to cook Rice Puto: Ingredients: 1/2 kilo white
Kutsinta is one popular and probably one of the most loved food in the country. It is also one of the most requested recipe from my viewers and likers. This is a very simple and easy recipe, but it requires proper proportions to acquire the right texture and to avoid that “bitter” taste. For this one, I will be using