English: Paldo / Deutsch: Paldo / Español: Paldo / Português: Paldo / Français: Paldo / Italiano: Paldo /

Paldo is another Filipino name for Muscovado (sugar) or Panocha/ Panutsa/Panotsa which is one of the basic ingrdients for making sweet sticky rice cakes called Kalamay, Kakanin or Bibingka which are served as desserts in the Philippines Kakanin, Kalamay and Bibingka are Filipino native delicacies made from sticky or glutinous rice mixed wth coconut cream/milk (Gata) and brown sugar (Muscovado/Panocha) as main ingredients.

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