Regent’s Crispy Tilapia Kropeck Snack. Photo by Soundtech27. These crunchies are produced by the Regent Food Corporation. Crispy Tilapia kropek is a type of ulam crackers under the tsitsirya genre of snacks.
Crunchy Fishcake-flavored Snack. Photo by Soundtech27. This is from the same genre of tsitsirya snacks as ulam crackers in the Philippines. Cheap junk food in the form of munchable airy bits flavored with a taste that’s supposed to be reminiscent of a “viand” (ulam) or something similar.
Choco Mangga is a product of Vermedes Inc, makers of R&M Preserves. Mangga is the Tagalog word for mango. Choco Mangga is strips of chewy dried mango dipped in chocolate. There are two variants of Choco Mangga — dipped in dark chocolate or white chocolate.
Tambong-Tambong is what ginataang bilobilo is called in the Ilocos and Pangsinan regions of Northern Luzon. It’s balls of glutinous (sticky) rice cooked in coconut milk with other ingredients such as jackfruit pieces and tiny sago pearls. Other names for this popular sweet treat throughout the Philippines: pinindot, sampilot, sampelot
Nesha’s Sweet Desserts in the Bacolod City area of Negros Occidental province. For orders, call: Sun 09430674357 Globe 09066431275 Various other kakanin available! Nesha’s Sweet Desserts: Sun 09430674357 Globe 09066431275
Yema-Filled Palitaw Balls by Nesha’s Sweet Desserts in the Bacolod City area of Negros Occidental province. For orders, call: Sun 09430674357 Globe 09066431275 Also available: leche flan, puto flan, and other kakanin!