Monday, August 24, 2009

Philippine Sapin-sapin and Pichi pichi

This morning my husband and I went to Malabon,
to buy the famous Sapin-sapin and Pichi Pichi in Dolor's that is situated in the heart of Malabon,
we took a long drive to buy this for our grandmothers 75th birthday this afternoon.

(Picture borrowed from Google)

It is made from rice flour or rice that has been soaked over night then crushed into paste
for more detailed info click here.

Pichi Pichi
Pichi-pichi, the other famous Filipino delicacies, made of grated cassava root, flour and Lye.

My husband got this shot while I am eating a piece of pichi-pichi,
actually it's not just a piece... *-*

See? I almost ate it all
it's so yummy, and yo uknow before we got home ther's no more left in this box

have a nice day every one!


Jan Mader said...

The food looks fabulous. Happy Birthday to your grandmother.

And..1 Corinthians 13:5-7
says it best of're so right!

Anonymous said...


Pichi-Pichi looks really tasty.
No wonder your box was empty before you reached home.

Thanks for the comments on my blog.

Dana Yoshimizu said...

hahaha, I always end up eating the food I get in the car too! ;D & I've never tried either of those, but they sure look good~!

Lily said...

Wish your grandmother a Happy Birthday from me! I have never tasted those treats. They must be good...

Denise said...

Great photos. Everything looks wonderful. Thanks for sharing them. Have a great week.

Abby Kihano said...

*drools* omg ! that looks so good!!! i want some!!! ship some to me!! ahahhaha!

AL said...

Oh yes, who wouldn't miss sapin-sapin and pichi-pichi! I know the store but we don't go there, we just ask for someone to bring for us. It is a very sweet birthday treat especially for Lolos and Lolas.