STICKY RICE

Sticky Rice with Mangoes Recipe

Put this Asian dessert on your menu!
With sweet mangoes and sticky rice (malagkit) readily available locally, you can put this Asian dessert on your menu without worrying about out-of-stock ingredients. A cooking tip: You can also put some pandan leaves into the water used for steaming, and add ...

Steamed Sticky Rice Wrapped in Pork Recipe

Best paired with steamed vegetables or lightly seasoned meat such as steamed chicken, fish, or pork.
This delicious and tasty steamed sticky rice wrapped in pork recipe will surely a hit with your family! Best paired with steamed vegetables or lightly seasoned meat such as steamed chicken, fish, or pork. ...

Mango Sticky Rice

Enjoy this classic Thai dessert with sweet mangoes.
Enjoy this classic Thai dessert with sweet mangoes. ...

Sticky Rice in Ube-Coconut Sauce Recipe

Ube makes the classic sticky rice creamier and more colorful!
Ube makes the classic sticky rice creamier and more colorful! ...

WATCH: How to Make Biko

This version of the all-time favorite Filipino snack or merienda has a delightful tangy twist!
Biko is a popular Filipino dessert or merienda made with sticky rice (malagkit), brown sugar and coconut milk. This version has a tangy twist from the calamansi rind. Top it off with latik (reduced and browned coconut milk) for extra flavor!1 Cook ...

WATCH: How to Make Champorado

Champorado or sweet chocolate rice porridge doubles as a great breakfast option and as comfort food on a rainy day.
Make breakfast time extra special with this champorado recipe! This Filipino favorite is made of sticky rice (malagkit), chocolate, and brown sugar. We used local tablea for this recipe but you can use cocoa powder and adjust the taste to your liking. ...

Savory Sticky Rice Recipe

This rice bowl has a fun Pinoy twist: it uses sticky rice instead of the regular short-grain!
This nutritious rice dish is a balanced meal that will keep you full for hours. ...

WATCH: Things You Should Know About Suman

Here are quick facts about the delightful Filipino delicacy: suman.
Suman is a sticky, delightful Filipino favorite made primarily with glutinous rice and coconut milk. It is usually shaped then wrapped in a leaf such as banana leaves or palm leaves, which add an interesting layer of flavor to the suman. Paired ...

WATCH: Different Types of Pinoy Kakanin

Which one is your favorite?
BikoBiko is a chewy and sweet rice cake. Top it with lots of toasted latik.Puto BumbongPuto bumbong is cooked in bamboo tubes and is usually served during the holidays. Enjoy it with freshly grated coconut, butter, and muscovado sugar.Sapin-SapinThis sticky rice treat ...

Durian at Pilit Recipe

Turn yourself into a durian fan with this sweet, creamy jam.
Durian can be made into a sweet, creamy jam. Top it over steamed malagkit for a hearty merienda or meal-ender. ...

Biko Recipe

Learn how to make biko, a classic Filipino dish made with sticky rice and coconut milk.
The key to making an unforgettable biko is in its topping. Make sure that it provides a sweet contrast to the rice cake both in taste and appearance. ...

Leche Flan On Top Of Suman? Yes, We Want It Right Now!

Of course, there's always room for dessert... err... meal?
Little Flour, the younger sibling of Wildflour, has a menu item that could be your new favorite comfort food. The Rice Flan (P145 per slice) has a layer of suman (rice cake), studded with bits of macapuno strings which give it texture and subtle sweet flavors. It is topped with a perfect-looking ...

These Are All The Different Kinds Of Rice You Can Buy In The Metro

There are so many different kinds!
Ever felt lost at the wet market or groceries, surrounded by a variety of rice at the supermarket? What does it all mean? Do the names really make a difference? Why are there so many different sizes, shapes, tastes, and colors? It’s ...

Ginataang Mais Recipe

This favorite Filipino dish is made with malagkit, corn, and coconut milk.
Ginataang mais is a simple recipe: it's a mix of malagkit or sticky rice, corn, and coconut milk.It's quite easy because it comes together in one pot and is best served as soon as it is cooked. The most difficult part is waiting for the ...

You Haven't Had Sticky Rice Mangoes And Leche Flan Cheesecake This Good

This fun new place serves sisig tacos, kimchi croquettes, and a great paella Negra.
The first time Isabel Calvo heard of puto, the Filipino rice cake, she went wild with laughter. In her native tongue, Spanish, puto is a bad word that rhymes with duck. Fast forward years later, and she’s developed a perfectly on-brand dessert ...
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