When Jollibee redefined spaghetti by slapping in some saccharine, it became a local hit.
So, it’s no surprise than when you smother sushi with sweets in the form of mangoes, locally accepted as California Maki, it becomes the country’s number one sushi.
Because rolls can no longer satisfy the average sugar-seeking Pinoy, we thought that we might give it a little spin by serving it like kakanin—on a wide, wide bed of sticky rice.
For photography purposes, we decided to show some parts cut up with some chopsticks—which is cute.
However, that’s not the right way to eat it.
The appropriate method of consuming this little delicacy is to roll that second photo. What you’ll get is a tissue roll-sized creation which you can conveniently stick in your mouth.
You might say, “I might choke to death.” But with a dish like this, should you even care?