The Best Kakanin Recipes for Christmas and New Year Celebration
Kakanin Recipes for Christmas and New Year Celebration – Kakanin will always be found at the dining table in all the different Filipino family celebration and in all kinds of events. It has been a part of the Filipino culture to include these delicious rice dessert/snacks in all occasions, specifically Christmas and New Year because of the significance we have put in them. We associate these kakanin dishes as something that would symbolize keeping our ties close together, keeping the relationships between family and friends strong.
So as Christmas and New Year is coming, including any kind of the kakanin dishes in your dinner table would be a good idea. Not only is it a yummy dessert/snack, but it also is not that complicated to make.
Most kakanin dishes actually require only a few number of ingredients. It is definitely hard to mess them up since the process is fairly easy. When in Bacolod City visit Quan Delicacies if you want to eat the best Kakanin.
Check out any of these 10 Kakanin Video recipes that will surely bring a smile to your loved ones faces.
Puto Bumbong Recipe is traditionally made from a special variety of heirloom sticky or glutinous rice called Pirurutong.
Kutsinta Recipe is an orange or brown rice cake, good with freshly grated coconut on top. This Kakanin recipe is a perfect afternoon merienda for your family and friends.
Pandan Biko Recipe is perfect for fiestas or whenever you are just craving for some authentic Filipino meryenda. The Pandan ingredient gives this Kakanin recipe a captivating aromaand can help lower your blood pressure.
Bibingka Galapong Recipe or Coconut Rice Cake is usually cooked in a clay pot, lined w/ banana leaves and topped with salted egg slices that add a satisfying flavor of this Filipino dessert. This Kakanin recipe is best served with butter and coconut shreds best paired with salabat or ginger tea or with hot chocolate.
Pichi Pichi Recipe is created from Cassava which is called “Kamoteng Kahoy” here in the Philippines. This dessert is an all-time-favorite anywhere here in the Philippines because of its simplicity in both procedures and ingredients but complexity in flavors.
Ube Maja Blanca, a popular Filipino kakanin recipe, is a coconut pudding that has the purple color from ube or purple yam. The name ‘maja blanca’ basically means ‘white delicacy’ and can be traced from Spanish milk-based desserts.
Palitaw Recipe, the Palitaw is a small, flat, sweet rice cake eaten in the Philippines. Palitaw is made from malagkit or sticky rice, washed, soaked, and then ground.
Carioca is made of coconut and sweet rice dough (locally known in the market as “galapong”). It is quite easy to prepare and so it should be perfect for an afternoon snack.
Inutak of Pateros, we first saw this Kakanin Recipe while watching Saksi, a TV news program in the Philippines. We were curious because the host and those interviewed describe this dish as one of the best Filipino Dessert. To know more about Inutak Kakanin click here…
Sapin Sapin another Kakanin Recipe made from rice flour or rice that has been soaked overnight then crushed into a paste, sometimes yams or yam flour, coconut milk and sugar. Each layer is tinted (the bottom one a deep ube-like purple, the middle a golden yolk yellow,the top one white), and steamed before the next layer is added.
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