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Tupig is a traditional Mirienda for most Filipinos during New Year’s Day. Tupig is made of glutinous rice coconut milk and coconut. I must admit that I don’t know what you call it in English and Tagalog. I know that Tupig is an Ilocano dialect and I believe that it’s originally Ilocano dessert as well. What do you think? Am I right? Anyway my recipe for Tupig is based on what’s available here abroad. Some of the ingredients were frozen.
Here’s my Recipe:
Banana leaves
2 packaged of glutinous rice flour
2 cans coconut milk
1 ½ packaged shredded young coconut
Brown sugar (according to your taste)
Mix all the ingredients together. If you have to use your hands please do. Make sure your hands are clean though. Wrap the dough with banana leaf the same like you make Suman or Spring Rolls. Put about 1 tbsp. When you are done wrapping arrange them in a cookie tray and then put in the oven. Bake about 1 ½ hours for 375 degrees.

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11 Responses to “Tupig”

  1. Norm says:

    I love your tupig sis, masarap..

  2. Lisa says:

    Since I have never tasted, I can only imagine and it sounds good from the recipe.

  3. yanix says:

    it’s like suman,. i want to try tasting tupig seems to be a delicious dessert.

    hmmm. soo yummy to look at…

  4. Pinky says:

    Looks really good :) My hubby will surely love this as he adores anything with coconut milk – especially desserts!

    Happy new year!

  5. ces says:

    oh i miss tupig!!!thanks for sharing the recipe..i think i can do this, just need to buy the ingredients from the Pinoy store. Happy New Year!

  6. aishaholley says:

    Is this suman also? It looks really good! I would like exchange links with you on this blog and my rice addict one if you’d like. I’ll add you already :D

  7. Jay - agent112778 says:

    when i was a kid, i always eat tupig kaya now nag sasawa na ako :(

    Here is Mine

    magandang araw ka-lasa-ista :)
    Salamat sa pagbisita :)

  8. ♥peachkins♥ says:

    Masarap ang tupig!

    Thanks for visiting and Happy New Year!

  9. josiet says:

    I love tupig! Now I am craving for one!!:)

  10. iska says:

    That’s a wonderful post! I can’t remember the last time I had tupig and i’m missing it…

  11. Wren says:

    I need to try this. My grandma used to cook hers in a 9×13 pan not banana leaves.

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