Lipardo’s Puto Seco


 

Lipardo’s Puto Seco

Puto Seco literally means “dry puto”.  In Spanish language, seco means dry.  Puto is a kind of steamed rice cake originated from the Philippines. The recipe creator, Maria Lourdes V. Lipardo-Ayub a.k.a. Mariam Ayub, named her puto seco recipe using her maiden surname Lipardo. Maria Lourdes V. Lipardo-Ayub is the Filipino author of “FOREIGN CUISINES FROM FAR EAST TO MIDDLE EAST”,  “ASIAN & MIDDLE EASTERN CUISINES” and “BASIC ENGLISH GRAMMAR BOOK” which were published by Lulu.com. 

This recipe was created in 2003, submitted to Allrecipes.com, the number 1 place for recipes, culinary tips and cooking videos, and was published online in the late 2000. Lipardo’s Puto Seco is on Top 20 Asian Cookie Recipes from Allrecipes.com as rated and reviewed by millions of home cooks around the world.

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