Friday, March 23, 2012

Food: Tupig of Pangasinan

Tupig is made of glutinous rice and grated young coconut wrapped in banana leaves and cooked over charcoal. It's a native snacks in Pangasinan. 

I tried Tupig in different part of Pangasinan, and the best one is the Tupig of Manaoag as shown in this photo.


  1. i love that!! we always buy one and the puto Calasiao!! i wish there's tupig in Manila :(

  2. whatever. It is Sis that looks very delish :-) visiting from Food Trio Friday, hope that you can return a visit.too.

  3. I got the chance to taste this tupig of Pangasinan when I went there 2 years ago. It was very yummy. I must say.

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    1. Great! It took me 12-15 years to visit again :)

  4. i love tupig at iyan ang isa sa palagi kong request from pangasinan. :) sarap...kaka-miss tuloy. visiting from FTF, hope you can visit me back. thanks and have a great week. :)

  5. with lots of coconut that is truly yummy!

  6. I've only tasted tupig from Alaminos, Pangasinan. I've seen, however, a tupig stall at the entrance of the bus terminal at Dao, Pampanga, but didn't get a chance to buy some.

    Kamoteng kahoy was top on my list; nowadays, it's tupig!

  7. Yum, I have not had Tupig since I was a little girl.


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