Milk Puto? That’s right! And this is probably the first time you are hearing about this. We all know our classic puto, and most of us probably tried making one already. If you haven’t tried one, check out this easy recipe: Puto Recipe. But this new Puto recipe is so exciting because it is fresh and oozing with flavors! In fact, its ingredients are so unique, you’d probably wonder how it would taste like after combining everything.
Yes we have the basic ingredients like glutinous rice, sugar, milk (in some versions) but adding lime soda, cream corn, and buko may seem a little odd. You may not imagine it now but in the end, you’ll have a different version of our favorite kakanin that has a chewy, milky sweet finish. Try making a batch now by following this easy step-by-step recipe. This is perfect for the whole family and, who knows, you can even starting making some extra income from it!
- 6 cups evaporated milk
- 1 cup condensed milk
- 3 cups galapong
- 1 & 1/2 cups glutinous rice (malagkit)
- 2 bottles 7-Up or Sprite
- 1 cup white sugar
- 1& 1/2 cups cream corn
- 1 cup whole corn kernels
- 3 cups freshly shredded buko
- In a pot, combine the evaporated and condensed milk, milled rice, glutinous rice, 7-Up and sugar.
- Mix well. Boil for 3 minutes stirring continuously. Strain.
- Transfer the boiled rice to a moderate heat and cook over stirring continuously.
- Add the corn and buko and continue cooking until thick.
- Pour into a 12-inch round wooden container, cover with cheesecloth (katsa) and steam for 40 minutes to an hour. Slice diagonally and serve.
Puto has many different versions (or forms) depending on the ingredients or the cooking procedure. Check these other amazing puto recipes, and try one today: