Filipino Food Series: Lola Sayong’s Suman w/ Coconut Jam (Traditional Glutinous Rice Cake) - It turned out very good but i think i could have cooked it a little longer.. Today I am sharing this Filipino Food Series: Lola Sayong’s Suman w/ Coconut Jam (Traditional Glutinous Rice Cake)! A quick and easy dinner that is ready in under 25 minutes! The glutinous rice is cooked in coconut milk and then steamed while wrapped in banana leaf. Следующее. How to: Wash the sticky rice twice until water runs clear. Sticky rice cakes abound throughout South East Asia. In the Philippines, eating the local variation, known as suman, is a national pastime. Note • Glutinous rice, also referred to as sticky rice, and banana leaves are available from Asian grocers. • Food-grade lye water is available from some Asian.
With sticky rice cake drizzled with coconut caramel sauce, this Filipino delicacy is seriously addicting! With deliciously sweet and sticky rice cake drizzled with rich and creamy sauce, this Filipino I love suman very much. Mom and I like to eat it above all prepared foods during holidays.
You can cook Filipino Food Series: Lola Sayong’s Suman w/ Coconut Jam (Traditional Glutinous Rice Cake) with 6 Ingredients and 5 steps. See the following guide!
Ingredients for Filipino Food Series: Lola Sayong’s Suman w/ Coconut Jam (Traditional Glutinous Rice Cake):
- 2 1/2 cups glutinous rice.
- 2 1/2 cup water.
- 2 tablespoon lye water.
- 1 cup Coconut milk.
- 1/2 cup brown sugar.
- 1 tsp vanilla.
Coconut jam (Filipino: matamís sa báo, matamís na báo; Indonesian: seri kaya, srikaya; Malaysian: kaya, Vietnamese: ca dé) is a jam made from a base of coconut milk, eggs and sugar. It is popular in Southeast Asia, mainly in Brunei, Indonesia (especially in Palembang), Malaysia, the Philippines. Typical traditional Filipino food this dish from Tagaytay! One of the most popular traditional Filipino food.
Step by step how to cook Filipino Food Series: Lola Sayong’s Suman w/ Coconut Jam (Traditional Glutinous Rice Cake):
- Wash the glutinous rice until the water is almost clear. Soak the glutinous rice in water overnight.
- Drain the water and then add the lye water then mix.
- Wrap two spoonful or glutinous rice in soft banana leaves (run banana leaves over fire to make it soft). Tie pairs of rice cakes together with strings or straw.
- I used a small sauce pan for 8 pcs of rice cake pairs compact and added 2-3 cups of water. Let it cook for about 2 and half hours in medium fire.
- For the coconut jam. Boil the coconut milk mixed with sugar until it’s golden brown and thick..
A typical dessert in Batanes called Suman. It is made from sticky rice, a sweet and delicious treat! Pulut Inti is a traditional Malaysian dessert of steamed glutinous rice with a sweet coconut topping. Glutinous rice feature in many Nyonya and Malay desserts. Most are sweet like serimuka (glutinous rice with custard topping) and pulut tai tai (glutinous rice cake with coconut egg custard).