November 25, 2009

posted by: Cacai M.

Binignit is a Bisaya(Visayas and Mindanao, in Philippines dialect) term which in Tagalog(Philippine language) Bilo-bilo has no English term. I will just call this a root crops in coconut milk. Usually it is a combination of sago, sweet potato, ripe plantain banana, taro root, cassava root, squash, and jack fruit mixed with coconut milk and sugar. I called this not-so-binignit because the ingredients aren't that complete. I just put taro root, ripe plantain banana, squash, and jack fruit with the coconut milk and sugar. So happy Wednesday folks! Happy Thanksgiving for tomorrow!

3 Comments:

  1. analou said...
    It looks yummy Baje. I haven't tried binignit with squash. But I guess it's delicious also. I love when it has jackfruits....yummy jud baje ai. Asa man mo manlaag sa thanksgiving?
    _ice_ said...
    hmm i miss binignit...

    sarap nun..
    Cacai M. said...
    oizzt An, lami xa butngan og squash labi na og labo aside sa it adds color to the entirety. And _ice_, oo masarap ang binignit.

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