Japanese Sticky Rice

It was a sunny Sunday morning when my mother remembered that she had two kilos of Japanese rice kept at the cupboard and she thought that it’s time to cook it before it expires and becomes inedible. And so she decided to make biko—a native Filipino desert made from Japanese sticky rice. My mom asked my brother to buy the additional ingredients that she needed like coconut milk and muscovado sugar from the community market. And when my brother arrived, he asked our mom if she could teach him make the dish. And so she taught him how to do it. When they finished making the dish, I am doubtful if he was able to make it right. But when I tasted it, it tastes the same as the biko that my lolo makes. Yum!

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