Linugaw (ginata-ang halo-halo/bilo-bilo) is a staple during Pista Minatay (Undas) in the province. Though it knows no specific occasion, it is always highlighted during All Souls Day at home. But Undas or not, ginata-ang halo-halo is a delicious treat.
- 3 cups of rice flour
- 2 cups sago, cooked
- 2 cups of kamote (sweet potato), boiled, peeled and cut in cubes
- 1 cup of shredded langka (jackfruit)
- 2 cup of bananas (saba), peeled and sliced
- 2 cups shredded buko
- 1 cup coconut water (optional)
- 1 cup of ube (purple yam), boiled, peeled and cut in cubes
- 3-4 cups of coconut milk
- 1 cup of sugar
How to make Linugaw
- Mix two cups of rice flour with 1/2 cup of water (just adjust water) to form a dough.
- Form marble sized balls using rice flour dough. Roll in dried rice flour to avoid from sticking
- In a pan, pour coconut milk, coconut water and sugar. Mix them well.
- Add rice flour balls and continue to cook until they float to the surface.
- Add other ingredients - bananas, sweet potatoes, gabi, ube, langka, sago, shredded buko; and mix
- Cover then bring to a boil. Add remaining galapong mixed with water to thicken the mixture.
- Cook for another 5 minutes or so. Adjust consistency with water.
- When done, remove from heat.
- Serve hot, warm or cold.