Filipino Native Delicacies (Kakanin) Making Seminar set
Kakanin or native delicacies is an important part of the Filipino food culture. Kakanin’s are sweet munchies or desserts usually made out of sweet sticky rice, or vegetable roots, that are slow cooked and sometimes made with coconut milk or coconut. Learn how to make these delectable kakanin’s.
The day long seminar will tackle varieties of delicacies with an actual demo, food tasting and hands-on experience on how to make palitaw, puto, espasol, buchi, maja blanca, biko, pichi pichi, halayang ube, bibingkang pinipig, cassava cake, sapin sapin, kutsinta, puto pao, puto bumbong, minoron, tupig, binagol, baye baye, kalamay sa ube, nilupak, suman sa lihiya, suman sa ibos, participants will also be taught on how special leche flan and to make latik and many more.
Other topics to be discussed are sourcing of materials and costing, and details that you have to know when you would like to venture into native kakanin business.
Participants will be given a certificate of training right after the seminar. Lunch, snacks hand-outs and all the materials needed for actual demo and hands-on will also be provided.
Registration is on-going!
For more information or for reservations, please call:
Telephone nos. 436-78-26; 421-15-77; and 434-86-54.
Mobile nos. 0949-930-8487; 0905-205-0110; 0917-533-2101; 0927-641-4006