Filipino favorites: Pichi-Pichi

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Information: Grated cassava, water and sugar are the main components of pichi-pichi. Pichi-pichi is steamed, cooled, and eventually cut into pieces; lastly, it is rolled in grated coconut. It is one of the easiest Filipino desserts. Filipinos love to cook. Hence, this gave way to the development of many recipes in different parts of the country. Filipino cuisine is a mixture of different food influences. From Spanish, European, Arab, American and Chinese, it eventually developed and furthermore Filipinos had been able to adapt each style of cooking. Moreover, the Philippine cuisine is seasoned with a wide combination of herbs and spices which can be found all over the country. Aside from that, there are also the native “kakanin’” which are native delicacies, derived from the word “kanin” which means rice. Rice is fundamental prepared in every Filipino meal. There are many Filipino favorites and some of them can be seen in the series of videos we are about to show you. If you want to learn more about the Filipino favorites, watch these videos.

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