If you have been watching Pangako Sa’yo remake featuring the characters of Amor Powers and Claudia Salameda, you might be wondering what is “binalayok” and how it is being cooked. I have the same question so I did my own research for me to be able to share to you how this binalayok is prepared.
Based on my research, here are the things that you need to have to be able to come up with this mouth watering delicacy.
1) 2 plates made out of clay, 1 big and 1 small.
2. A COCONUT LAMP
5) YELLOW BANANA
6) TURMERIC POWDER or also known as rhizomatous herbaceous perennial plant of the ginger family.
8) COCOA SOLIDS OR POWDER
After preparing all the necessary ingredients:
Before you can enjoy the hot and sticky binalayok, you need to use a hammer to break the clay plate.
In our case e batong panghilod.
Mahal ang chinaware so I won’t be breaking it, I changed my mind. I will just dramatically remove the top clay plate and let’s see what we have here:
Try the binalayok recipe and have someone who doesn’t love you love you back. It’s actually a gayuma recipe! Share the love, share this recipe.
Have a great day!
Disclaimer: Using other ingredients might change the taste of your binalayok.
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