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Get this easy recipe for Pichi Pichi. A Filipino dessert made from cassava, sugar and water. Steamed and coated in grated coconut.| www.foxyfolksy.com

Pichi pichi is a Filipino dessert made basically from cassava, water and sugar. It is steamed and becomes glutinous and then coated with grated coconut.

authentic bibingka cake from the Philippines, using glutinous rice flour. Hello Rob Schneider's mom ! (note- use thin strips of coconut, not finely grated or the butter won't stick)

authentic bibingka cake from the Philippines, using glutinous rice flour. (note- use thin strips of coconut, not finely grated or the butter won't stick)

Baked Caramel Custard Flan - easy recipe made in the blender! It's super creamy with sweetened condensed milk, heavy cream, and milk.

Baked Caramel Custard Flan / Easy Blender Baked Caramel Custard Flan Recipe - Super creamy with sweetened condensed milk, heavy cream, and milk.

Heart of Mary: Fluffy Mamon

I don& exactly recall when was the last time I& actually eaten mamon. I& guessing 20 or so years ago. Even while still living in Manila.

Hopia is yet another favorite ‘merienda’ or snack for Filipinos.  Hopia is made of thin flaky pastry, traditionally filled with mung bean paste (Munggo).

Hopia is yet another favorite ‘merienda’ or snack for Filipinos. Hopia is made of thin flaky pastry, traditionally filled with mung bean paste (Munggo).

Pandesal (Filipino Bread Rolls) | the little epicurean

I introduce you to one my favorites- pandesal (also commonly spelled as pan de sal). Pandesal is the quintessential bread roll of the Philippines.