Friday, November 14, 2014

tapay


tapay (ta-páy; Maranao snack) [n.] fermented rice in leaf wrapper. It is prepared using ordinary rice that is boiled (either in plain water or in coconut milk) in a process similar to cooking kanin (cooked rice). Some yeast is added to the freshly cooked rice, and then it is molded into a big mound and allowed to cool and ferment for one to two days in a deep platter or any covered container. It is kept undisturbed until it ... (Read and see more photos here)



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