Turon or also known as deep-fried banana rolls. It is a famous Filipino dessert made with plantain bananas (saba) and jackfruit (langka) wrapped in lumpia wrappers.
Sapin-sapin is a layered glutinous rice and coconut dessert in Philippine cuisine. It is made from rice flour, coconut milk, sugar, and food coloring with coconut flakes sprinkled on top.
Cassava Cake is made from grated cassava (Kamoteng Kahoy) combined with coconut milk, eggs, butter and topped with a creamy milk mixture. One of the popular desserts in the Philippines.
Biko is a rice cake with a caramel topping or latik. This classic Filipino rice is deliciously sweet, creamy, and chewy. It is made from glutinous rice or sticky rice, coconut milk, and brown sugar. In the traditional way, this is usually placed over banana leaves, and it is very popular in the Philippines.
Fried Sweet Plantain (Fried Banana) is a traditional treat in many parts of the world. It is one of the most favorite desserts for many Filipinos. This is very easy to make and only few ingredients needed. Try them once and you'll be hooked.
Puto Cheese is like a bite-sized cupcake. It is usually topped with cheese and cook by steaming. Many Filipinos love this because of its nice taste and very easy to make. It is usually served at breakfast or as a snack and is often prepared for festive occasions such as Christmas and New Years.
Puto Maya (Sweet Sticky Rice) is made from glutinous rice, coconut milk, salt, sugar and ginger juice. In the usual way, cooking puto maya is soaking the glutinous rice in water, drained and then placed into a steamer. But in this version, this is the easy way of cooking puto maya.
Minatamis na Saging or Banana in Sugar Syrup is a dessert wherein saging na saba (plantains) are sweetened by cooking in a sweet mixture composed of water, brown sugar, salt, and vanilla extract. It is usually an afternoon snack in the Philippines.
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