Binignit Recipe

Binignit Recipe
This video will show you how to cook a Visayan meryenda dish known as Binignit. This is almost the same as ginataang halo-halo, except that the latter uses glutinous rice balls or bilo-bilo.

Other regions in the Philippines also have versions of this dish. These are, but not limited to the following: Sampelot in Pampanga, dinuldog, ginatan, and alphalor.

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Here are the ingredients for this recipe:

2 medium sweet potato, cubed
2 medium purple yam, cubed
2 pieces saba banana, cubed
1 cup Muscovado sugar
4 cups coconunut milk
1 ½ to 2 cups water
1 ½ cups sliced ripe jackfruit
2 medium gabi, cubed
1 ¼ cup tapioca pearls
2 tablespoons glutinous rice flour

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Binignit Recipe

11 thoughts on “Binignit Recipe”

  1. Binignit Jan magaling ang Lola ko
    Mag luto Ng binignit..
    Meryenda Namin Yan deto Sa Mindanao binignit…

  2. Nakakaganang meryenda to. Sa taytay rizal ako lumaki peep sa America ako nakatira. Sobrang nakakamiss talaga ang Pilipinas… no place like home

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