Bibingkang malagkit cooked in the rice cooker – The Skinny Pot
Bibingkang malagkit cooked in the rice cooker plus the Latik recipe. It is quick and easy to make, a recipe that pleases the public.
What is Bibingkang Malagkit
is a favorite Filipino sweet rice cake that uses sticky rice as basic ingredients
Also called Biko in the Visayan part of the Philippines. I learned how to do this from my grandmother when I was in sixth grade, and the recipe was polished over the years.
It is usually served on holidays. Served on special occasions such as Christmas and New Year, it is a typical dessert served for New Year’s meal: IT MEANS UNITY AND “STICK” together as a family and sweet life throughout the year.
Its main ingredient is sticky rice/Malagkit. This dessert is easy to make; I promise.
What is Malagkit
a Tagalog word for sticky rice. It is used for various desserts in the Philippines. Examples of desserts using sticky rice or malagkit are Suman and Bilo Bilo.
Is Bibingkang malagkit similar to Biko? Bibingka Malagkit is also called Biko. It is called Bibingkang Malagkit in Luzon, but in VIisayas, it is called Biko. Both names may be interchanged, depending on the location you are in the Philippines.
- Malagkit (sticky rice)
- brown sugar
HOW TO MAKE LATIK
- Mix the coconut and sugar and add the salt. Cook over medium heat until caramel forms. Reserve half a cup of the mixture for caramel topping.
- When the rice is ready, prepare the caramel sauce topping
- Mix it with the coconut mixture, set it aside and start working on making the caramel.
BIBINGKANG MALAGKIT RECIPE
- Wash the sticky rice thoroughly and soak it in water for an hour. After an hour, drain the water and transfer the rice into the bowl of the rice cooker, and add 2 cups of water.
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soak in water for 1 hour
” /> Turn on the rice cooker.
- While cooking the rice, cook the sugar and coconut milk until the sugar dissolves, then add the salt.
- Continue cooking over high heat. Mix and stir continuously until caramel forms. The color of the mixture will turn light brown and sticky.
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half a cup separated
- Set aside 1/2 cup of the caramel mixture and pour into the sticky rice and mix until the caramel covers the rice grain.
- Pour, flatten and level the sticky rice into the prepared pan and then pour the remaining 1 1/2 cup sugar mixture over the sticky rice.
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flatten and cover the extra latik and
roast until charred” /> Roast high until caramel is slightly charred.
LO WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THIS RECIPE:
1. It’s not too sweet compared to others I tried.
2. The rice is not soaked.
3. Great for breakfast with coffee.
4. So filling.
HOW TO STORE BIBINGKA MALAGKIT
- Refrigerator: Place Bibingkang Malagkit in a sealed container and store in the refrigerator for 3 days
- Freezer :p fit into an air conditioning container and freeze. When it’s ready to eat, thaw and reheat it for 40 seconds in the microwave.
FOR MORE RICE RECIPES
Suman Muron (moo-ron) is a Filipino dessert almost similar to Suman’s. It is wrapped with banana leaves, precooked and steamed so that the mixture sticks and so that the aroma of the banana leaf adheres to the dough.
recipe Palitaw or float in English is a famous dessert/snack in the Philippines. This snack got its name because when you prepare it, you just have to dip the Palitaw mixture in the boiling water and when it floats, it’s ready.
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