Friday, December 17, 2010

binutong

 
binutong  (bi-nu-tóng; Bicolano delicacy) [n.] glutinous rice cooked in coconut cream, sugar, and few salt, then while it is still half-cooked, a scoop of it is placed in a spread of layered banana leaves. 

Binutong from Naga City

The edges of filled banana leaves is gathered together and tied like a pouch and then cooked further in boiling water or thinned coconut milk to complete the cooking. 

Binutong is traditionally served with hot chocolate and grilled or fried dried fish.

 

Binutong from Naga City



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