How to cook Kutsinta
Kutsinta Recipe or Cuchinta is one of the most popular Kakanin or sticky rice cakes here in the Philippines and can be found almost anywhere. This delicious Filipino delicacy is brown or sometimes orange in color, made from rice flour, lye water, brown sugar annatto seeds or achuete and topped with shredded coconut to add more flavor and crunch. Lye water makes the sticky rice cakes firm.
Kutsinta is shaped like a cupcake; it is chewy, sticky, and dense in texture. In making this tasty recipe it is prepared by steaming. Kutsinta is often served with puto and is good with freshly grated coconut. Try these easy to follow steps on how to make Kutsinta Recipe; this would make a perfect afternoon merienda.
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