Halloween celebration is just around the corner. And we Filipinos are fond of preparing glutinous rice delicacies. That’s a long time tradition that we all are enjoying. In Iloilo, we have this popular delicacy, Suman Latik. It’s made of cooked glutinous rice topped with bukayo, wrapped in banana leaves. It’s time to learn this great Ilonggo recipe.
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Suman Latik (ilonggo)
Sticky Rice with Mango
Sticky rice with mango is another version of the Filipino suman + Mango combo and it is an original Thai delicacy. Since Filipinos love the glutinous rice and mango tandem, let’s try to mimic this recipe.
I bet you already missed this. Champorado paired with some dried fried fish may sound odd, but yes, champorado and dried fish taste good together. If your kids have been requesting you to prepare this ultimate Champorado, here’s how to make one at home. Here’s how to cook Champorado: Ingredients: 1 cup Glutinous Rice 5 cups Water 1 cup Brown
Suman Ilonggo – Biko
If you’re a Filipino, you know for a fact that we often prepare delicacies made from glutinous rice every All Saints’ Day and All Soul’s Day or shall we say others commonly called Halloween. It has become a tradition for us all. This recipe, commonly called Suman by Ilonggos or Biko is one of the most popular dishes being prepared
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