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.


  • 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


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!

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