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Salamat nan pag umot mo pag post nan inin mga recipes. Puydi mag request nan recipe biko? Dumdum kaw nan biko sa una na may luy-a astan ag butangan nan asin gamay? Ag ta parisan nan chocolate na pure tabliya? Paki post sab taraw.

Ilakip dakan dayon an bud-bud na pilit.

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Bodbod Pilit

6 cups malagkit
6 cups coconut milk
31/2 tsps. Salt
1/3 cup sugar
2 tbsps. Ginger juice
Banana leaves, wilted
Water

Wash malagkit twice; cover with water and soak for an hour. Drain. Combine coconut milk, salt, sugar and ginger juice in a carajay. Bring to a boil, then add malagkit. Cook the mixture with constant stirring until almost dry. Cool. Prepare banana leaves by cutting them into 8x10 inch sheets. On each sheet place 2 tbsps of the mixture and form into “bodbod”. Fold ends and tie securely with strips of banana leaf. Arrange pieces in a big kettle, lined with banana leaf. Add water just barely enough to cover the surface. Cover kettle tightly and cook for an hour or until done. Makes 2 dozen bodbod.


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5 cups malagkit
5 cups water
4 cups thick coconut milk (don’t shake the can. Once you opened the can drain the watery thing and just use the creamy part)
3 cups brown sugar
½ tsp salt
1 small piece ginger, crushed. Discard ginger before serving.

Wash malagkit and put in a pot. Add water and boil until done. In a carajay, combine the remaining ingredients; mix well, and boil until thick. Lower heat and add the cooked malagkit. Blend well, and continue cooking, with constant stirring, until very thick and heavy to handle.


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Ora mismo san tubag. . .Salamat Saps . . .


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saps,

bagan modern lagi an procedure nan imo budbod. an kadumduman ko kan mama, sun-adon mo an malagkit pero dapat hilaw-hilaw da. tapos imo pasubhon yadto gata astan asukar with a pinch of salt, crushed ginger strips and agreo rinds among others, haw isagol mo yadto sinun-ad na pilit na kibali kaw ga biko.

an sikreto, dapat hilaw-hilaw da kay imo pa sa ini i-steam sa halawom na kaldero na may langkapan. otherwise haw luto an imo sinun-ad na pilit, lagatlat an imo budbod.


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koriki kaw. kay amo sa yaon an ato inkit an. ini bagan pina chef style na ini kon baga pinarecipe book na. pero doing the old way it won't hurt. even when i tugna style i made sure na hilaw hilaw pa.


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