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Unread postPosted: Wed May 10, 2006 11:09 am 
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Ingredients:

½-cup
uncooked rice

½-cup
cooked rice

1-cup
water

½-cup
brown sugar, packed

1/8-teaspoon
baking soda

1
teaspoon anatto (atcuete)

banana
leaf (blanched)


Procedure:

1. Soak rice at least five hours or overnight.

2. Combine with cooked rice and grind.

3. Combine with sugar and baking soda.

4. If coloring is used, soak anatto with baking soda and water in this
recipe.

5. Strain seeds and rub against the sides of the strainer to extract
coloring. Use this water for grinding the rice.

6. Prepare the steamer.

7. Arrange saucers on steamer rack.

8. Pour cuchinta mixture into the saucers.

9. Steam for 15 minutes. Lift rack from steamer.
Remove saucers.

10. Cook if necessary, on wet towel set on a tray.

11. Remove cuchinta from the mold by lifting with a knife.

12. Serve cuchinta on a platter lined with banana leaves.

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Thanks for this recipe Bon. Wara pa gayod ako makaluto nan ini pero I know na ngadi sa amo may readymix na na ingredients para dili na kami mag soak ug grind nan rice. But this is good to try- our very own way of cooking.

Thanks again. I'll try to cook on my birghday, he, he, he.


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