Most of the times, Pangasinan is well known for two things, the beaches and the Dagupan Bangus (Milkfish). But aside from these, did you know that Pangasinan is also a home of delicacies?
From the colorful puto (rice cake) of Calasiao, to the sweet juicy Patupat of Pozzorubio; truly that Pangasinenses are blessed with cooking talents and sweet tooth. These delicacies also plays big role in the life of every Pangasinenses while growing up. One of the famous delicacy that every Pangasinense loves to prepare for merienda or snack time is the “Kiniler” or “bilo-bilo”.
Kiniler is the the Pangasinan term for the commonly known Ginataang Bilo-bilo or Ginataang Halo-halo. This delicacy is made up of rice balls and diced banana called Saba in the Philippines and cooked in Gata (coconut cream). Different fruits can also be added in this delicacy such as sweet potato, banana called Saba, jackfruit, buko (young coconut) and corn. Pangasinan is one of the Provinces in the Northern part of the Philippines that prepares this delicacy.
Today, our excellent teachers will show us how to prepare Kiniler.