Sunday, April 26, 2015

biyaki


biyaki (bi-ya-kî; Maranao snack) [n.] steamed cassava with young corn



The cassava roots are peeled, grated, pounded, mixed with grated young corn kernels and sugar.


A scoop of the mixture is rolled in banana leaf (or cornhusk) then folded on both ends, forming a rectangular thick packet. 

The packets are then boiled in a pot half-filled with water for about an hour or until biyaki is cooked





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