Chinese New Year Food in the Philippines

For their celebration of the New Year, the Japanese have their rice cake mochi (餅) and the Koreans have their rice cake teok (떡).

Do you know the Philippine equivalent of the Chinese New Year rice cake nian gao (年糕)?  It’s called tikoy!

How about the most popular fruits to serve and give away during the Lunar New Year season? Remember, the Philippines is a tropical country…

Top 10 Chinese Filipino foods during Lunar New Year celebrations in the Philippines

Happy Chinese New Year of the Earth Ox!


1 Comment »

  1. gie said

    daming tikoy dito sa bahay. bigay ng mga chinese friends.

    the best..=)

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