Binignit (Root Crop and Fruit Stew)

26 Jan
Binignit (Root Crop and Fruit Stew)

Binignit is a Root Crop and Fruit Stew. This dish is traditionally made with slices of saba, taro, sweet potato. Some usually include landang (palm flour jelly balls), langka (jackfruit), anise and thickened with milled glutinous rice.
This dish is usually cooked and eaten during the Holy Week, especially Good Friday when the Filipinos are fasting. It also is a popular afternoon snack. Binignit is best served when hot.

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Posted by on January 26, 2012 in Home Food


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One response to “Binignit (Root Crop and Fruit Stew)

  1. katie

    July 2, 2012 at 1:48 pm

    ulan2x.. lami mag eat ug binignit.


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