Filipino Native Food · Kakanin


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SALUKARA (Rice Crepe) is a native delicacy of Borongan, Eastern Samar. A pancake or crêpe-like rice flour delicacy that uses tuba or young coconut wine as a riser instead of baking powder.
The taste is a cross between a hot cake, bibingka and puto. It looks like a hotcake but taste like a bibingka and puto.


2 ½ kilos ground rice
2 cups coconut milk
2 cups water
2 ½ cups sugar
1 glass tuba


Mix ground rice together with other ingredients and set aside for 6-7 hours.

Heat the pan on low fire,grease with cooking oil then pour the mixture with your size of salukara.

Once the top is already cooked, remove from pan and no need to turn it over. Each salukara is cooked for 4-5 minutes.

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