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    Sticky rice?

    I wonder if anyone actually makes sticky rice in UK?
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    There used to be a place in Manchester called Cebu Cafe. Closed down now, was situated in a bad place to begin with at the top of Tib street. Sad really, had I have known about it before it closed, I would have tried it out.. As I'm still a Pinas newbie, I'm kind of curious to try some Filipino food


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    i have had it at gatherings the ex used to make it, i still got frozen bananna leaves in the freezer


    cant beat with manga for breakfast


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tawi2 View Post
    I wonder if anyone actually makes sticky rice in UK?
    oi Tawi kalami ana

    Dont see any hereBack in the the PI every weekend my auntie makes sticky rice yummy with malagkit
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    I love sticky rice,got a pic somewhere of the cocoa plant in the back garden,its best with cocoa added Dave,I cannot believe the price of banana leaves here,I think the Thai shop in Kew sells them for £1.50 each?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Northerner View Post
    There used to be a place in Manchester called Cebu Cafe. Closed down now, was situated in a bad place to begin with at the top of Tib street. Sad really, had I have known about it before it closed, I would have tried it out.. As I'm still a Pinas newbie, I'm kind of curious to try some Filipino food

    plenty of street food vendors selling what ever you fancy


    am sure your rizza will show you


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tawi2 View Post
    I love sticky rice,got a pic somewhere of the cocoa plant in the back garden,its best with cocoa added Dave,I cannot believe the price of banana leaves here,I think the Thai shop in Kew sells them for £1.50 each?
    Banana leaves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ann07 View Post
    did you been in sea woo cash and carry???greenwich london
    lots of banana leaves there


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    Quote Originally Posted by lizaphil View Post
    did you been in sea woo cash and carry???greenwich london
    lots of banana leaves there
    ayan na -- Liza: the pinoy food explorer! By the way, thanks for the year supply of dried fish Liza.

    Hmmm..suman (sticky rice)..missing that one too.
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    U make me drool tawi2
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    One time i ate in a thai restaurant and they have that sticky rice and it taste the same, when i came home i search on internet the recipe of "suman" tried it myself and it turned out fine. Yummy with coconut jam then fry it next morning for breakfast.



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    i cook bico twice[sticky rice/coconut milk/red sugar]here alreadyit takes a week b4 i eat it all coz hubby dont like sweet foods.much better if it is fresh coconut milkcoz i only use the coconut milk in can


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    Quote Originally Posted by tiN View Post
    U make me drool tawi2
    Word's Tawi loves to hear from a lady


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    Quote Originally Posted by Northerner View Post
    Word's Tawi loves to hear from a lady
    You mean words I will probably hear if ever I work as a care-giver Thats about the only time a lady will ever say those words to me Forget sea woo Liza,just take a bolo into the glass-houses in Kew Gardens,they have fresh banana leaves and lemon grass growing (better add,dont get caught ).



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    I'm going to have to try some of this sticky rice when I get over there in 2 months


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    Think I'll "STICK" with bacon, sausage & egg ... thanks very much!!!

    [Not forgetting the 'french fries' (chips to us Brits) of course]


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tawi2 View Post
    I wonder if anyone actually makes sticky rice in UK?
    We call it malagkit here Tawi. Sticky rice or malahkit is best for suman, arrozcaldo, champorado and puto. We have malagkit at farm so come here and be my visitor ehehehe my pleasure.

    Quote Originally Posted by trader dave View Post
    i have had it at gatherings the ex used to make it, i still got frozen bananna leaves in the freezer


    cant beat with manga for breakfast
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    Not for breakfast Dave lol but for my merienda! Green mango shake is my favourite. What sort of mango u like? We have 2 pahutan mango trees, 15 carabao mangoes 8 Indian mangoes and 1 pico mango.


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    I will be over in the morning pen,put the kettle on mate Enjoy your holiday and try and get some pics of nice fruits



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    Quote Originally Posted by Northerner View Post
    Word's Tawi loves to hear from a lady
    Oh dear
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    we call it puto maya....
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    Quote Originally Posted by eljean View Post
    we call it puto maya....
    I always called it Puto as well Might be because I am from the North-east like your husband.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Tawi2 View Post
    I wonder if anyone actually makes sticky rice in UK?
    depends on what you use to make it sticky?
    i have learnt to do what my wife says!


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    Its glutinous isnt it I dont think your mind is on sticky rice,more something else



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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Little View Post
    Think I'll "STICK" with bacon, sausage & egg ... thanks very much!!!

    [Not forgetting the 'french fries' (chips to us Brits) of course]
    Seconded!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pennybarry View Post
    We call it malagkit here Tawi. Sticky rice or malahkit is best for suman, arrozcaldo, champorado and puto. We have malagkit at farm so come here and be my visitor ehehehe my pleasure.



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    Not for breakfast Dave lol but for my merienda! Green mango shake is my favourite. What sort of mango u like? We have 2 pahutan mango trees, 15 carabao mangoes 8 Indian mangoes and 1 pico mango.
    not so keen on the green ones i have a little when MRS T eats them she dips them in some vinegar

    i like very juicy fresh ripe ones with a little suman sticky rice i would have after every meal if we have them on the table and as for shakes ooooooooo loverly


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tawi2 View Post
    I wonder if anyone actually makes sticky rice in UK?
    oh i miss this one actually....
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    Quote Originally Posted by trader dave View Post
    not so keen on the green ones i have a little when MRS T eats them she dips them in some vinegar

    i like very juicy fresh ripe ones with a little suman sticky rice i would have after every meal if we have them on the table and as for shakes ooooooooo loverly
    How do you know your wife is pregnant?

    It's midnight and she's just sent her sister out to buy green mango and Bagoong


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    My husband & I have tried eating sticky rice in a Thai restaurant in Cebu, which is just similar to puto maya or suman. He liked it a lot so we bought malagkit/ glutinous rice in Phils. & brought it back to UK.

    Then my husband made sticky rice using rice cooker following the thai way of cooking it, it turned out very well, very delicious especially with mango!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimOttley View Post
    How do you know your wife is pregnant?

    It's midnight and she's just sent her sister out to buy green mango and Bagoong

    if she pregnant there going to be BIG BIG BIG PROBLEM cause i had the chop a few years back i think they are eaten just before the red rag week arrives


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    another favorite i like to eat is siopao and banana cake

    and that very very light sponge cake cant think of the name at the moment making me feel hungry how do they make cakes so loverly and light in the philippines


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