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Carioca - Filipino Dessert Recipe with glutinous rice & coconut milk - alternate version: http://tagaloglang.com/Filipino-Food/Desserts/recipe-for-filipino-carioca-balls.html

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Chicken Adobo

Adobo Chicken...a favorite at our house...I always use white vinegar and whole peppercorns, too. Serve with rice, linguini, or wide egg noodles.

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Daring Bakers November Challenge – Filipino Desserts

BIBINGKA

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Bibingka Muffins

Bibingka Muffins (Mini Filipino Coconut Rice Cakes) | YummyAddiction.com

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Easy Fried Rice

Chicken Fried Rice

Cascaron a filipino dessert made out of sweet rice flour mixed w/ sugar, rolled into balls, deep fried, then melted brown sugar drizzled on top. I'm hungry!

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Bibingka – Filipino Coconut Cake

Bibingka - Filipino Coconut Cake, not healthy but a fun ethnic dessert.

Sago coconut milk cake - 200 ml of coocnut milk, 20 grams of pearl sago, 2 gelatine sheets, 35 grams of sugar! make the sago first then the sugar, coconut milk and gelatine and pour on top.

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Simple Recipe for Bibingka – a Christmas Rice Cake from the Philippines

Simple Recipe for Bibingka – a Christmas Rice Cake from the Philippines. Tried it and it's good

OMG! Sticky Rice Balls! Karioka or Carioca is a type of street food in the Philippines made out of glutinous rice flour and coconut meat which is deep fried then dipped in coconut milk and sugar syrup.

Cassava Cake « Ang Sarap (A Tagalog word for "It's Delicious")

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Bibingkang Malagkit

Bibingkang Malagkit is a Filipino rice cake made with glutinous rice cooked in coconut milk and topped with sweet coconut topping

Biko is a rice cake made out of glutinous rice cooked in coconut milk and palm sugar then topped with caramel, latik (a type of reduced coconut cream)

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Buttered Puto

Buttered Puto is a variation of the famous Filipino steamed rice cake, puto. This puto uses ordinary flour instead of rice flour and is made with lots of butter and small slices cheese on top to give it flavor.

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