Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

Biko with Latik Recipe

Loading… How to cook biko with latik recipe? If you want to cook biko and it’s your first time to cook biko. Here’s the most simple process of cooking delicious biko. Just prepare a round tray or bilao for the biko and a wilted banana leaves to line your serving tray. Happy cooking! Biko with… Continue reading Biko with Latik Recipe

Filipino Native Food · Holiday Recipes · Kakanin

BIKO WITH PANUTSA

Loading… This Biko Recipe is special compared to other regular biko recipe you normally taste or see. Biko with Panutsa  or Latik is a native delicacy in Pangasinan, Tarlac, Nueva Ecija, Ilocos and other provinces in the Philippines (mostly with abundant sugarcane) In other provinces they call it Sinakob in Pangasinan and Tagapulot in Ilocos Norte. BIKO… Continue reading BIKO WITH PANUTSA

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

BAKED BIKO WITH LANGKA

Loading… (STICKY RICE CAKE W/ JACKFRUIT) Forgive me but I tweaked the usual recipe a bit. I like those chewy and crunchy edges achieved by putting the pan of biko in the oven for about a half hour or so until you see that browning of the edges. Then I put a healthy mound of… Continue reading BAKED BIKO WITH LANGKA

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

Sinukmani ng Laguna

Loading… Sinukmani or Biko is my fave childhood kakanin. Sinumani or Biko is a Filipino rice cake made from glutinous rice (in tagalog we call it as malagkit), coconut milk, and sugar. In Laguna, it is locally known as sinukmani and in Manila it’s Biko. Sinukamani is one of the best Filipino delicacies (derived from… Continue reading Sinukmani ng Laguna