Bibingkang Malagkit with Sticky Latik Recipe

This sticky rice recipe is topped with caramelized coconut cream.

IMAGE Majoy Siason

Whether you know it as bibingkang malagkit or as biko, this sticky rice recipe is basically sweet squares of steamed rice, sweetened with brown sugar, and usually topped with crispy coconut pebbles, the leftover remnants of simmered coconut cream. It's usually cooked as you would normal rice but with more water since this kind of rice needs more liquid than your everyday rice.  

We cooked this kakanin in a rice cooker, transfer the softened cooked sticky rice to mamon tins, and top each with a heaping spoonful of latik or coconut jam. Then we toasted them in a toaster oven. What you get are crisp edges with a spectacular, irresistible pool of latik in the center. 

 
The sticky latik on this bibingkang malagkit is courtesy of a coconut caramel, or coco jam.
Photo by Majoy Siason
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Prep Time
10 mins 
Cooking Time
40 mins 
Ready In
50 mins 
Yield
4
Cuisine
Filipino
Cooking Method
simmer and toast

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