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September 30, 2008

Filipino BiKo recipe

Posted by Malou at 9/30/2008 07:29:00 PM
We went to the Filipino store and bought "Malagkit" sticky rice. I am craving to eat "Biko" so I decided to make it for our desert. I have the rest of the ingredient so that makes me happy. Biko is the famous traditional Filipino foods served on the party or special occasions.
You need to prepare:
4 cups of sweet rice ( sticky)
1lb. brown sugar
2 cups coconut milk
1 bottle jackfruit ( langka)
condensed milk ( topings, optional)

How to cook:
Cook the rice in the rice cooker while waiting boil the coconut milk and mix with the sugar. Keep stirring until it gets very sticky. Scoop some juice for topings. Pour the jackfruit and mix with the rice. Bake if you want ( 20 mins.) then put the toppings.

9 comments on "Filipino BiKo recipe"

Chubskulit Rose on October 1, 2008 at 6:38 AM said...

pahagad wahhhhhhh di ako tatao magibo kaan hehehe.... Hapi bedey!

sunny on October 1, 2008 at 4:36 PM said...

sarap nito.......penge naman!

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