Pichi Pichi Recipe | Filipino Desserts | Steamed Cassava Cakes
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Pichi pichi (or pitchi pitchi) is a Filipino steamed dessert using cassava, instead of the usual rice flours that you’ve seen cooked on this channel before.
Pichi Pichi is a delicious snack, dessert, or you might even acquire away with eating it for breakfast! It’s one of the many steamed Filipino treats that my family and I enjoy.
Pichi Pichi requires very few ingredients. I used frozen, grated cassava from the freezer section of my nearby Asian market, but you can also order the cassava flour from Amazon (link above) if you don’t have any Asian markets nearby.
The alternative recipe with cassava flour is included in the website (link above).
In this recipe, I used pandan extract, which is optional but highly recommended. If you’d love, you can use ube extract, almond extract, or plain vanilla extract!
My mom says pichi pichi is wonderful to eat with a side of strong black tea, making it the perfect afternoon snack to keep your hunger at bay.
I hope you are able to try this at home! Please let me know in the comments below if you did, and if you liked it!
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