2 Ways to Cook TIKOY

Tikoy (Sticky Rice Cake) or Nian Gao is a sticky rice cake made from glutinous rice flour. Tikoy also known as one of the food to bring luck for the Chinese New Year to keep the family stick together.

Ingredients:

  • 1 box of tikoy, medium size (original flavor) or you can use any flavor
  • lumpia wrapper
  • langka strips (sweetened jackfruit in bottle)
  • egg white
  • 2 pcs eggs
  • cooking oil

WATCH: Video on How to Cook Tikoy in Two Ways

Instructions:

For the Tikoy Turon

  • Cut tikoy (sticky rice) into thin strips
  • Prepare the lumpia wrapper
  • Place a slice of tikoy and a strip of langka (jackfruit) on top of tikoy (you can add more jackfruit if you want)
  • Dab egg white on the sides of the wrapper
  • Then, fold sides of wrapper and roll it tightly
  • Repeat the procedure until you finish wrapping all the tikoy
  • Heat oil in pan
  • Fry tikoy turon until golden brown in color
  • Use paper towels to drain excess oil from the tikoy

For the Tikoy with Egg

  • Beat eggs
  • Heat oil in a pan
  • Dip tikoy into the egg
  • Fry tikoy until golden brown in color over medium heat
  • Use paper towels to drain excess oil from the tikoy
  • Serve hot. Enjoy!
TIKOY TURON
TIKOY WITH EGG

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