Kinakaw refers to a milk-based sugar syrup coated pastry which can be worn like a ring on slender fingers.Kinakaw is easily pulverized in the mouth which is said to be brought about by the pork fat used to make the pastry. Kinakaw is one of the popular pastry from Sariaya, Quezon which is synonymous with rich pastries and milk-based sweets in various shapes and flavors which are enjoyed by both the locals and foreighners who visit place.

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