Saturday, January 6, 2007

Inangit

This wonderful dish reminds me of my father who used to make it during the Christmas holidays. Inangit is also great when serve with sampelot (ginataan).

Ingredients:

1 c malagkit (glutinous rice)
3 c coconut milk
1 tsp salt
2 tbs sugar

Wash malagkit rice thouroughly. Boil using the coconut milk (first extract). Add salt and sugar. Cook over low fire stirring occassionally. Cook for 1 to 1 1/2 hours until soft and chewy.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

E ya Dakal ing gata para ke tang malagkit a nasi nung iyabe miya? Balamu masyadu yang malambut. E ke pa sibukan nilutu. Pota mayadu yang malata ing kalabasan na.

evangeline garcia said...

2 cups coconut milk is enough

christian kim taruc said...

Ok yamu ba nung haluan keng abyas?

Anonymous said...

Oyne ing recipe ning kaluguran ku kapampangan:

3 cups malagkit rice
1 1/4 cup coconut milk
1 cup water
White sugar
Salt

Do not wash the rice. Combine malagkit, gata and danum in a rice cooker; mix. Cover the rice cooker and turn it on. Let the mixture cook until done. Take the cooked mixture out of the rice cooker and transfer to a container (big enough to mix it with salt & sugar). The addition of salt and sugar depends on your taste.
Transfer the inangit to a platter; flatten the top with an oiled spatula. Top with latik or toasted unsweetened shredded coconut (optional).
Ekepa nilutu ini...sulu kang ke ngeni.

Anonymous said...

"Subukan ke ngeni" not " sulu kang ke ngeni"... Sorry, my IPad's keyboard is tired and hungry, lol!