November 1, 2011 7:54am CST
To my fellow Filipinos, i need your help! I am throwing a merienda party in the office on my birthday. I have thought of puto and dinuguan. What other dishes or sauces do you have in mind that would be suitable for puto aside from dinuguan? I so await for your replies
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3 Nov 11
yes, i mean the pure tablea that's why I even suggested how to prepare it. If it prepared with 'love' the tablea choco drink is really heavenly. It is also best served in small tea Chinese tea cups. I love these tableas paired with churros.:-) this one is best if it homemade.:-)
1 Nov 11
Puto and dinuguan is the most popular partner. Aside from it you can try to use tablea choco drink . For it to become a perfect partner for your puto , it has to be prepared properly by an overnight soaking of powderized/crashed tablea in evaporated milk with proper proportion. If you can do it properly, it is very delicious. How about suman and mango? It is a perfect combination too. it can be served either as a morning or afternoon snacks. Once I had a unique birthday celebration. Its fruit party. So all that were offered to the guests were different kinds of fruits with some by products of it. They enjoyed the fruits.
4 Nov 11
Hello Graceekwenx. It is a combination of Filipino-Spanish food that is usually served during media-noche on Christmas or Easter. But the perfect partner of it is churros. I don't know if you have heard of it. It is best if it is homemade.:-) Good luck to your birthday bash.
2 Nov 11
How about puto and pansit? Yes both are carbohydrates but the taste do compliments each other. Another great Puto partner is Pork Adobo. Adobo should be cooked dry as possible . Yummy, by the way Happy birthday, May God bless you on your special day!
2 Nov 11
I presume you are referring to "puto" that goes well with dinuguan cause a lot of others have different ideas about puto , understandable cause different kinds are made in every province. I love "puto" with cheese but that is too common and very Westernized, so try it with "kesong puti" ( fresh white cheese made from goats milk and wrapped in banana leaves). it's rather hard to find but I hope you have it in your place, for one it is unique, native because of the appealing banana leaves wrapper and a bit classy hehe... besides it does not have the uric acid and cholesterol " dinuguan " has. I like the Tablea suggestion, very Spanish-Filipino, serve it in small cups or copitas. Good luck on your affair