Saturday, August 10, 2013


We had some local, native treats for merienda (snacks) last weekend at my in-laws. This consisted of fruits (rambutan), puto and kutsinta (rice cakes), assorted nuts, and taho. It was the hot taho that we enjoyed a lot when we were kids. It's usually sold by roving vendors and is made of soya. Added to the soya is arnibal, which is made of caramelized sugar or syrup and vanilla, and sago or tapioca pearls.

Taho, which is made of soya, is sweetened with arnibal and sprinkled with sago.
Rambutan, taho, puto, kutsinta, and assorted nuts and peas.


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