The Delicious Puto

Photo is mine
@ilocosboy (31698)
Philippines
September 20, 2016 5:43am CST
Have you tested puro? Puro is a rice delicacy famous in the Philippines. This is commonly baked in homes and this is done through the clay stove. Every special occasion come also with this food. The good puto is added with grated young coconut fruit, add with margarine or cheese at the top. Common puto in our region is much preferred than those baked by fast-food chains. There is something good thing in puto cook in our place.
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@TRBRocks420 (60748)
• Banks, Oregon
20 Sep 16
No I have never had this.
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@ilocosboy (31698)
• Philippines
20 Sep 16
Hope you taste this food someday.
@Tampa_girl7 (21241)
• United States
20 Sep 16
I have never heard of it before. It sounds good.
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@SHOHANA (7082)
• Bangladesh
21 Sep 16
@Tampa_girl7 i also never heard about it
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@ilocosboy (31698)
• Philippines
21 Sep 16
When you visit Philippines, look for this not in mall but in Street.
@Happy2BeMe (66584)
• Canada
20 Sep 16
I have never tried it but it looks good. I hope to have a chance to try it some day.
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@ilocosboy (31698)
• Philippines
21 Sep 16
T also taste good, made from rice and young coconut fruit.
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@thelme55 (11405)
• Germany
20 Sep 16
Yummy! I love puto. One of my favourites.
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@ilocosboy (31698)
• Philippines
21 Sep 16
Now we're talking yumminess, really taste good.
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• Philippines
21 Sep 16
Your photo reminds me of bibingka. I'm not sure if Puro and Bibingka are the same? But it looks like bibingka to me.
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@ilocosboy (31698)
• Philippines
21 Sep 16
In some region they call it bibingka, in our place there is distinct between them like bibingka is made of cassava and puto is pulverized rice.
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• Philippines
21 Sep 16
@ilocosboy Thanks for the info. I have learned something new today.
@SHOHANA (7082)
• Bangladesh
21 Sep 16
I wish to taste it as i have no idea about this dish puto
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@ilocosboy (31698)
• Philippines
21 Sep 16
How I want to send it to you. Really soft to eat.
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@SHOHANA (7082)
• Bangladesh
21 Sep 16
@ilocosboy ha ha so sweet of you
@XinfulThotz (4224)
• Singapore, Singapore
21 Sep 16
never tried it before. but if it is a famous dish I may be able to find it here in Singapore. I will check it out one of these days..