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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Patupat



I've been enjoying eating native delicacies since I arrived here in my homeland. I've been buying tupig and patupat. Patupat is made of glutinous rice and wrapped in a weaved coconut leaves. They cooked it by dipping in a molasses from sugar cane. It's kinda sweet but not really that sweet. I don't know how they call it in Tagalog but in Ilocano, we call it patupat.

3 comments:

Mom of Four said...

Suman yata ang tawag dyan di ba? nasa Pinas ka ba ngayon?? I love Tupig..inihaw na suman, yumm...

Ilocana said...

Ay love ko yan manang Lisa! Pati na tupig. When I was there I was a "suki sa tupig" of an old lady down in Carmen, Rosales Pangasinan, masarap kasi syang gumawa. Miss ko na mga yan. Nakakagutom ka manang :)

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Juliana said...

hala manang, umapalak man. pwede pahingi. kainggit ka, at amin nga pagkain pinoy nakakain mo na.

mabayag kayo dita pinas? inno aya ti permanent nga pagyanan yo manag while there. ta Baguio or Tarlac nga ba ang province mo?

sige, enjoy your journey. paguwi namin dyan sana magkita tayo.