Inutak is a sumptuous Filipino delicacy made form glutinous rice, coconut milk, evaporated milk and sugar. Ingredients are combined and cooked until thickened, topped with coconut cream and broiled until top is browned or charred. Why called inutak? Because the toppings looked like a cooked brain.
To make this recipe special, ube jam is added. To assemble, you can either add the purple mixture into the mold fist before adding the white or you can alternate the two mixtures before adding coconut cream on top for broiling.
If oven is not availble, you can use a torch to char or brown the coconut cream on top. Also, this dessert is best served with ice cream. Try this recipe and let me know what you think about this recipe by leaving a comment below. Enjoy.
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Please indicate the temperature needed to broil.
Hello. I am sorry about that. Broil for many standard oven automatically sets it. I see on mine it is 525 F on Broil setting. Broiling means there's a flame coming from the ceiling of your oven to char the top of the food. It is not just on Bake setting. You can use it but it will a little longer than broil setting.
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