food recipe: “TUPIG” on CHARCOAL

This is one of my most sought after Filipino delicacy that I want my relatives and friends to bring home as a “pasalubong” to me. Usually, you can bring this luscious food as a treat when you’re from Pangasinan, Philippines. Of course, since I love the taste of this one… I have to find out how it is done. Here’s how…

4 pieces shredded mature coconut meat

4 cups of water

1 kilogram “malagkit” flour

3/4 cup of molasses

1 piece shredded young coconut

1/4 cup toasted sesame seeds

wilted banana leaves


For the procedure…

Extract the coconut milk from the mature coconut by adding water and squeezing out the “gata” or coconut milk. Then, set it aside. Afterwards, add the remaining to the coconut milk and mix well. Pour 1/4 cup of batter or the mixture on wilted banana leaves. Roll and seal on both ends. Bake it over on live charcoal for about 15 up to 20 minutes or until done.

Enjoy eating!


5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. u8mypinkcookies
    Jan 21, 2012 @ 06:48:42

    bumibili kami lagi when we passby Pangasinan from Baguio 😀


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