Pandan is the Filipino term for "fragrant screwpine" . The leaves of Pandan are mostly used to perfume rice and rice dishes and sweets made from rice. It can also be used as filling/stuffing for grilled chicken (Lechon Manok) to give extra added taste to it while grilling or roasting. One of the popular desserts which makes use of Pandan is called Buco Pandan.

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