biko with munggo
Of course adding the red mung beans is an extra process. You have to soak the beans at least 3 hours or overnight then boil in water for at least 30 minutes or until the beans are soft.
Biko can be eaten alone without a topping but can also be topped with Latik which is a curdled coconut cream. Some serve it with fresh grated coconut or make it bibingkang malagkit by adding toppings which is a combination of coconut cream and condensed milk then baked for few minutes.
This is my Biko loaded with tons of Latik on top. So delicious!
Biko with red mung beans (munggo) recipe
To cook Latik:
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6/13/2019 07:59:33 am
Thanks for sharing your recipes. May the Lord bless your life.
6/13/2019 11:18:32 am
You're welcome Ms. Flora. Salamat.😊 God bless as well.
2/4/2021 04:58:35 am
Hi Janette! Can I use the green monggo instead of the red one? I have left over from making your kakanin buchi (which is sooo good). Thanks for sharing your delicious recipes!
2/4/2021 12:57:03 pm
Hi Ms. Ellen. Yes you can. It's just that red looks better for Biko. It's my pleasure. Planning to create a new video for that Kakanin Buchi. Glad you liked it. :)
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