The INUTAK of TAGUIG

INUTAK is a famous delicacy that took its roots from the kitchens of Taguig.

It was and still is a staple household treat the women of  Taguig lovingly prepared for the family.

Made from basic ground sticky rice (kaning malagkit) with a hefty infusion of coconut cream(gata), the Inutak is slowly baked with charcoal fire and best eaten while hot.

Try this wonderful creamy-melty delicacy with ice cream ala mode style or for the more adventurous, choose from our assortment of flavors. But for the more traditional, INUTAK is lovely on its own. Best with salabat, hot chocolate or coffee.

INUTAK. A MUST-EAT DELICACY.

[from Kristina’s Premium Inutak flyer]
email | inutak@gmail.com

The INUTAK of TAGUIG. It has been 4 months since I started looking for the famous Inutak, Taguig’s delicacy.

Finally, I found one at THE FORT. Kristina’s Premium Inutak.
There was a taste test before buying.


Instantly,my prognosis is good.

I bought a box for only Php 120. I took it back to my office and brewed my coffee.

I love it!

It’s incomparable to other sticky rice and coconut cream delicacies of the Philippines.
It is thick like “BRAINS”. Maybe that is where it got its name.

The taste is good, no doubt. But I think  it is “nakakaumay”[get tired in food] if taken on its own because it has no texture. It must be partnered with ice cream, tea, coffee, salabat etc.

A must try. I recommend it!

Please view “INUTAK – One Town,One Product” article at this link http://www.taguig.gov.ph/food.html

This is Larry Herrera blogging on Inutak of Taguig.

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