Written by, Bernadyn Nettles. Another Traditional Filipino Recipe. I haven't posted about a Filipino recipe in awhile so I wanted to share something I made over the weekend for a party and for anyone interested in trying this
There is Bibingka Espesyal (Special Christmas Rice Cake) which is usually adorned with sumptuous toppings like anything from itlog na pula (salted duck eggs), kesong puti (Filipino cottage cheese), cheddar cheese, margarine, brown sugar and additional grated coconut
Filipino Rice Cake With Coconut Syrup (Biko With Latik). August 12, 2014. First of all, let me clarify that the “latik” (LAH-TIK) I am referring to in this recipe is the coconut syrup made from mixing coconut milk and brown sugar cooked over medium heat until it forms into a thick syrup
Puto is a kind of steamed rice cake in Philippine cuisine derived from the Indian dish Puttu. It is eaten as is or with butter and/or grated fresh coconut, or as an accompaniment to a number of savoury viands
It’s my turn now to pass on this tradition of dunking the suman (sticky rice cake) into the caramel coconut milk syrup or into the desiccated coconut to my kids to carry on and preserve the memories of the great-grandparents they never had the chance to meet and know
It has been four years since I've started this blog and it has been a wonderful journey. I thank everyone who often come to visit, those who leave comments, those who cook from the recipe and those who do and come back to tell me about it
A 7-layered 6-inch round cake in colors of the rainbow, with white vanilla frosting. Regular white cake recipe found on the web, with food colors - the fun was in mixing the 4 colors (red, blue, green yellow) plus a smidgen of black to make gorgeous VIBGYOR
I have always had these 'jinx' when it comes to baking sponge cakes. I don't really know why, though I've followed exactly what the recipe said, but still, it will end up either being heavy or 'very not a sponge cake should look like'