History & influences, Characteristics, Common dishes, Breakfast, Merienda, Pulutan, Breads & pastries
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Dessert Gallery
Philippines Cuisine

Bibingkang Malagkit, rice cakes made from glutinous rice flour.

Bibingka Galapong, rice cakes with salted duck eggs.

Nilupak, a dessert made from mashed cassava. sweet potatoes, or saba bananas with butter or margarine.

Kutchinta (also known as Puto Cuchinta), moist jelly-like rice cakes made with brown sugar and lye. It is usually served with grated coconut.

Maja de ube (or "halaya") a dessert made from mashed purple yam and coconut milk.

Cuchinta, a dessert made from rice.



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Philippines Food Fiesta food, Philippines Food Regional specialties, Philippines Food Northern Philippine cuisine, Philippines Food Central Philippine cuisine, Philippines Food Southern Philippine cuisine
Philippines Food Main dishes, Philippines Food Side dishes and complements, Philippines Food Desserts, Philippines Food Dessert gallery, Philippines Food Street food and other snacks, Philippines Food Exotic dishes
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Philippines Destinations - Philippine Cuisines


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Philippines: Language and Dialect

While there are over 100 regional languages in the Philippines, the national language is Filipino, with English as the most widely spoken second language. All business, governmental and legal transactions are conducted in English. Philippines: Useful Filipino Phrases

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