Food flavor for puto recipes

Puto (Steamed Flour Cake)

Puto (Steamed Flour Cake)

If making flavoredputo, you may add food coloring depending of the flavor of the puto. It is a light snack, equal to either second breakfast or afternoon tea, which is usually composed of sandwiches, goodies or finger foods accompanied with choice of hot or cold beverages
Puto Mais

Puto Mais

Add yellow food coloring and cream of corn, mix and blend thoroughly until smooth and free of lumps. Pinoy Steamed Rice Cake corn flavor, soft and moist in texture

Puto

More Good Food. Their hint of sweetness makes them a much-enjoyed midday snack but they are overall subtle in flavor and thus the perfect foil for savory dishes such as dinuguan, pancit or sopas
Puto Lanson

Puto Lanson

More Good Food. Want a deep caramel flavor. Puto Lanson made with cassava, coconut, and brown sugar is perfect for a snack or dessert
Bibingka-Inspired Desserts for Christmas

Bibingka-Inspired Desserts for Christmas

Food Trip,. Souffle is another classic French dessert made with a custard base mixed with other flavoring ingredients, and then topped with beaten egg whites which will form as the top of the soufflé
Putchinta

Putchinta

Purple food coloring is the substitute for purple yam powder. Beside Purple yam flavor, you can use green pandan extract for a swirl
Of Lemongrass and Gingery Delight

Of Lemongrass and Gingery Delight

Learning of how to grow your own food, preserving, and preparing a sumptuous dish with just a handful of ingredients
Sapin-Sapin (Steamed Sweet Rice Cake in Colorful Layers)

Sapin-Sapin (Steamed Sweet Rice Cake in Colorful Layers)

Rice is a staple food in the Philippines. Common kakanin includes suman (steamed sweet rice cake wrapped in coconut or banana leaves), bibingka (rice cake cooked in clay pots lined with banana leaves over charcoal fire) biko (sticky rice cake), kalamay (sticky rice cake flavored with purple yam or taro), puto (steamed rice cake) and kutsinta (brown rice cake served with freshly grated coconut)
Ukoy na Togue

Ukoy na Togue

More Good Food. The annatto powder is mainly for aesthetic purposes and does not add to flavor. Unfortunately, as what seems to be a usual occurrence in my kitchen, I didn’t have all the ingredients, namely green papaya and calabasa, to make it happen
Polvoron

Polvoron

For those of you who operate a store or restaurant, we carry Nido here at Philippine Food Corporation in Chicago, IL
Kutsinta Recipe

Kutsinta Recipe

orange food color, (optional). This delicious Filipino delicacy is brown or sometimes orange in color, made from rice flour, lye water, brown sugar annatto seeds or achuete and topped with shredded coconut to add more flavor and crunch
Putobumbong Recipe

Putobumbong Recipe

And if purple yam powder is not available, they would use purple food coloring and glutinous rice flour (sadly a common practice among Filipinos)