Suman Luya (Suman Flavored with Ginger)

Dec 29

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These days, traditional suman has moved on to many flavors. I still stick to my childhood memories of Suman Luya dating back to Christmas Eve. My mom would cook the sticky rice in a big kawali in the dirty kitchen. Suman Luya is extremely smooth tasting with the right amount of sweetness. It’s perfect for hot chocolate drink during the noche buena or for New...

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Suman na Mongo

Feb 10

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I first learned how to cook suman from Prof. Matilde Guzman Food Preparation class. I love the combination of mongo and coconut-flavored sweet sticky rice wrapped in banana leaves. Here is the recipe. Ingredients 1 cup malagkit (glutinous rice) 1 cup mongo 1-1/4 cups sugar 3/4 cups coco milk coco cream from 1 grated coconut Ingredients 1. Soak, grind, and drain...

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Suman sa Ibus- Sticky Rice in Coconut Leaves

May 05

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Preparing Suman sa Ibus is so easy. It’s the wrapping of the rice mixture which takes so much time. Yet it is all worth it. How I love the mild flavor of the suman. The delightful combination with ripe yellow mangoes and hot tsokolate is heavenly. Ingredients 4 cups sticky rice or malagkit 3 cups thick coconut cream (here’s how to prepare Thick Coconut...

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