Tagged: Rice Cake

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Puto Flan

Puto Flan is a type of steamed cake found in the Filipino cuisine where batter made out a mixture of rice flour/all-purpose flour, eggs and sugar is steamed. Traditionally is topped with either salted eggs or cheese but Filipinos start to become creative hence making variations like putong ube, strawberry...

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Kalamay sa Latik

Of all the rice cakes in the Philippines this perhaps is the odd one out as most of them are served dry or with a dipping sauce where you can consume it just either by using your hands or with a banana leaf, this rice cake can’t be served on...

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Top 8 Foods That Will Bring You Good Luck in the New Year

In some countries there are a lot traditions and beliefs when it comes to what to serve during New Year’s Eve and yesterday we concentrated only on noodle soup dishes, today we will be exploring more than that, in fact we will be looking at different lucky dishes or food...

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Inutak

I made this a couple of times before but I failed in taking a good photo of it hence I haven’t posted them before until now. It’s quite a challenge to make this pretty in photos due to its semi runny texture. From the time you plate it to the...

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Bingkasol

I guess you haven’t heard of this recipe yet, I won’t be surprised because it’s my wife’s creation which she only made a couple of weeks ago. So what is it? Bingkasol basically a cross between two famous Filipino rice cakes, the Royal Bibingka and the Espasol , so I...

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Biko

I am so craving for some rice cake now, you can’t blame me as I haven’t tried them for quite sometime and now is the payback time. Just imagine I grew up with rice cakes as a part of my daily life as my grandparent always prepare them for merienda...

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Mochi

Mochi is Japanese rice cake made of mochigome or what we know as glutinous rice. Traditionally this rice cake is widely exchanged during the New Year in Japan but due to its popularity it is now available whole year round. The conventional way of preparing this rice cake is by...

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Bibingka

When I see some bibingka it reminds me about Christmas, it is because this type of rice cake is usually sold outside the churches during “Simbang Gabi” (a nine-day mass ritual before Christmas eve that happens very early in the morning) and “Misa de Gallo” (Christmas eves mass). Bibingka is...

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Sapin Sapin

Sapin-sapin is a sticky rice cake from the Philippines, it originated in a northern province called Abra. The name came from the word sapin which means sheets or layer, it is also the main characteristic of this rice cake, its vibrant multi coloured layers. It is made out of steamed...

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Espasol

Espasol are cylindrical rice cakes that originated in the Philippine province of Laguna. Popularly sold on major thoroughfares, bus stops and specialty shops in Laguna, this rice cake is made out of toasted rice flour and coconut strips cooked in coconut milk then dusted with toasted rice flour. Its relatively...