Puto Maya refers to a sweet snack from the Philippines which is made from boiled or steam glutinous or sticky rice. It is made by boiling the rice in coconut milk (Gata) and when rice is already cooked they are molded and served with grated coconut and sugar. Ginger is also being added by some cooks for added flavor.

Puto Maya is also served for breakfast with hot chocolate drink (Sikwate) is some places in the Philippines.

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