Hey everyone, it is Drew, welcome to our recipe page. Today, I will show you a way to prepare a special dish, filipino glutinous rice cake(biko). It is one of my favorites. For mine, I’m gonna make it a little bit unique. This is gonna smell and look delicious. Biko is a Filipino dessert made with glutinous rice, coconut milk, and brown sugar. The latik can be either in curd form or syrup.
To begin with this recipe, we have to first prepare a few components. You can cook filipino glutinous rice cake(biko) using 6 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook that.
The ingredients needed to make Filipino Glutinous Rice Cake(Biko)-
- Prepare 1 kg. Glutinous Rice
- Make ready 250-300 grams brown sugar
- Get 2 cups coconut milk (divided into 2cups)see note 1.
- Get Pandan leaves or vanilla essence (optional)
- Make ready note 1
- Take 1 cup for toppings(latik)1cups for our sugar/Glutinous rice
Steps to make Filipino Glutinous Rice Cake(Biko)-
- Wash and cook the glutinous rice just like the way we cook normal rice but lessen the water,add the clean pandan leaves.
- While cooking the glutinous rice we can cook now our latik or toppings,in a frying pan pour the coconut milk or coconut cream.let it boil and simmer then stir constantly to avoid burning,when the oil extracted already and golden brown color appear it's done.separate the coconut oil from the latik.
- When glutinous rice was cooked,we can now start cooking
- In a wok pour the coconut milk, let it boil..then add the sugar,stir to dissolve the sugar and let it boil again for a couple of minutes.
- When it's thick already,we can now add our cooked glutinous rice and constantly stir or mix it until its done,we can say it is done when we stir it and it's so sticky or almost all of the glutinous rice was stick on your ladle.
- Quickly transfer to a greased tray(use the coconut oil for greasing the tray)then flatten it.
- Put our toppings (latik),then serve
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Biko (pronounced bee-koh), a rice cake, is a native Filipino delicacy or 'kakanin' where glutinous rice is cooked with coconut milk and brown sugar then topped Latik. The latik can be either in curd form or syrup. Traditionally, biko is served on a bilao, a round wooden bamboo tray, lined with coconut-oiled. Biko is a Filipino dessert made with glutinous rice, coconut milk, and brown sugar. It's an easy and simple homemade dessert that is popularly served at parties and gatherings. From rice porridge, rice noodles, rice cakes, and rice cereal, rice is used in many forms and applications. Biko is a Filipino rice cake made from sticky rice (locally known as malagkit), coconut milk, and brown sugar. In addition, Biko is served during special occasions such as birthday parties, family reunions, and town fiestas. Try this simple yet delicious Biko recipe. Biko Recipe (Filipino Sweet Rice Cake w/ Latik Topping). There are many variations on biko, but this biko recipe will give you a sweet dark brown-sugared sticky rice cake topped with a caramelized coconut sauce and latik (crispy coconut curds). Biko is like a soft, warm, sticky rice cake. It uses sweet rice or sticky rice. Biko is perfect for potlucks because it requires only four ingredients and it can be made in a big pan. Biko (BI-KOH) is the Filipino term for sweet sticky rice cake. Biko is a sticky rice cake Filipino delicacy that is slightly sweetened and cooked in coconut milk. Drain the water from the black glutinous rice and place rice in a saucepan with a lid ( preferably non-stick ) together with the other glutinous rice that has been rinsed and drained. Filipino Biko Recipe, consists of malagkit (glutinous) rice, coconut milk, sugar, and topped with "latik". Biko is a rice cake with caramel topping or latik and here is the recipe for Biko. Biko is usually served during birthday parties, fiestas, Christmas, New Year and other celebrated events in.
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