Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Dolor's Kakanin

Last August 26, 2011 was my son's Pista ng Pilipino presentation and I was tasked to bring sapin-sapin for the potluck. I panicked as I was reading the letter because I had no idea where to buy sapin-sapin in my area. Thank God for the internet, I was able to find a few and the one I've chosen was Dolor's Kakanin inside BF Homes. They've been around for quite some time now and they're pretty popular when it comes to kakanin or native delicacies.

 We tried their pichi-pichi out of curiosity. 
It was okay and has thick consistency, but I still prefer Amber's pichi-pichi.
 Maja Mais (Coconut Pudding)
I liked this one because of its rich and creamy texture unlike others that are dry.

 Their famous sapin-sapin (P450, good for 20 people)
I was quite surprised to see this because it didn't look like the sapin-sapin I saw when I was a little girl, but when I tasted it, it didn't matter. It tasted quite good - a  bit sweet and chewy. Perfect for tea/coffee. We'd probably order another one on Christmas.

Yes, that's biko in the middle.

Dolor's Kakanin
200 Aguirre Avenue
BF Homes, Paranaque
Phone: 2820071 / 2835782

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