Photo By Toyang Noresa of Suman Topped With Macapuno Strings
Can you tell the difference between authentic macapuno and young coconut being passed off as macapuno?
Photo: Bagoong Balayan with Calamansi and Sili
“Balayan sauce” is actually a type of bagoong made in the town of Balayan in Batangas province.
Ube Halaya by Aizel_77.
Also called halayang ube, this is a jam made from the Philippines’ favorite root crop, the purple yam locally called ube.
3-in-1 Coffee Mixes of the Philippines!
Photo by Soundtech27 of Nescafe Original 3-in-1 Complete Coffee Mix of the Philippines. Instant coffee is very popular in the Philippines. And what could be more convenient than having a 3-in-one mix all ready and just waiting for hot water to be added? That’s coffee, sugar, and creamer!