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Cassava cake is a favorite traditional Filipino moist cake. It is commonly sold as "pasalubong" in specialty stores along the highway. Here’s a really easy cassava cake recipe with rich and creamy custard topping. A perfect dessert for special occasions but also great for coffee or tea time.
Pichi pichi is a delighful dessert made from cassava (balinghoy, kamoteng kahoy) that has been ever present in the Philippines. It is a classic Filipino snack or "merienda" and pasalubong. You can easily find pichi pichi being sold in streets and wet market. Lately, this well know delicacy is becoming hard to come by, unless there is a specialty products store near you. Thankfully, this pichi pichi recipe is simple and easy to follow.
Kutsinta or Puto Cuchinta is one of the most popular Filipino desserts. As a kid, I love eating kutsinta for breakfast and for snacks in the afternoon. It is chewy, sticky, and has a jelly-like texture. There are also colorful ones which makes it fun to eat. It turns out that kutsinta recipe is simple, quick, and easy to make. Its ingredients can be easily found in bakery supplies store or supermarket.
In this Ginisang Togue Easy Recipe ( Mung Bean Sprout Stir Fry) I added some quail eggs because it pairs well with bean sprouts, but if you're vegetarian or in a no meat diet, you can simply remove the pork and eggs. It’s equally satisfying as a main dish or a side.
This Filipinos’ all-time favorite soup is made with bone-in chicken wings simmered in aromatics and cellophane noodles also knows as glass noodles. It is a complete meal all in itself. It is flavorful, hearty and good for boosting your immune system. Check out our quick video to see how to make this chicken sotanghon soup.
In this recipe the whole pigs leg is to be boiled in flavorful broth with soy sauce in order to achieve a dark crispy rind and juicy meat that will determine a good Crispy Pata.