Kutsinta (Kuchinta or Cuchinta) is a popular Filipino native delicacy that is often orange/brown in color. This sticky rice cake is made from rice flour and best or usually served with grated or shredded coconut.
Kutsinta is a Filipino snack (merienda) that is pretty easy to make. The ingredients are not that hard to get and the cooking instruction is fairly easy to follow that even non-regular cooks can do.
If you wanted to make Kutsinta at your very own kitchen for you and your family to enjoy, check and follow the basic recipe below.
* 1/2 cup rice flour
* 1/2 cup GLUTINOUS rice flour
* 3/4 cup brown sugar
* 1 1/2 cup water
* 2 tsp lye water
* 1 drop liquid food color (red)
* cooking Oil
* grated coconut (dip)
Serve with grated or shredded coconut as a dip. Enjoy!
Kutsinta Tip: If there are any kutsinta leftovers and you decided to refrigerate it, make sure to re-heat it for few minutes so it won’t be that tough (makunat) to eat.
Ref: Filipino recipes