Tupig is a popular delicacy originated from Ilocos. Made from glutinous rice flour, coconut strips wrapped in banana leaved and grilled over charcoal. Pretty easy to make compare to other Filipino delicacies.

 1 lb. glutinous rice flour (malagkit)
2 cups young shredded coconut
2 cups coconut milk
1 cup brown sugar (or more if you want it sweeter)
2 tablespoon roasted sesame seed
banana leaves, cut and wilted
aluminum foil

Cooking Instruction:

Using a big bowl mix rice flour, sugar, young coconut, sesame seed and coconut milk.
Blend well until even consistency. Set aside.

Brush some margarine or butter on the banana leaves.
Place 2 tablespoon of mixture in the center of the banana leaves then wrap by rolling.

Cook on a grill covered with aluminum foil.
Turn frequently and cook for about 15 to 20 minutes or until done.

*You can open one wrapper to see if Tupig is fully cooked when the inside turns golden brown. Careful it's hot*

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