Binaki

Binaki or pintos is a type of steamed corn sweet tamales from two regions in the Philippines – Bukidnon and Bogo, Cebu.wikipedia
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Pasalubong

They are distinctively wrapped in corn husks and are commonly sold as pasalubong and street food in Northern Mindanao and Cebu.

Humita

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However, binaki and pintos are closer to the South American humita and Central American tamal de elote.

Steaming

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Binaki or pintos is a type of steamed corn sweet tamales from two regions in the Philippines – Bukidnon and Bogo, Cebu.

Maize

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Binaki or pintos is a type of steamed corn sweet tamales from two regions in the Philippines – Bukidnon and Bogo, Cebu.

Philippines

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Binaki or pintos is a type of steamed corn sweet tamales from two regions in the Philippines – Bukidnon and Bogo, Cebu.

Bukidnon

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Binaki or pintos is a type of steamed corn sweet tamales from two regions in the Philippines – Bukidnon and Bogo, Cebu.

Bogo, Cebu

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Binaki or pintos is a type of steamed corn sweet tamales from two regions in the Philippines – Bukidnon and Bogo, Cebu.

Husk

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They are distinctively wrapped in corn husks and are commonly sold as pasalubong and street food in Northern Mindanao and Cebu.

Street food

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They are distinctively wrapped in corn husks and are commonly sold as pasalubong and street food in Northern Mindanao and Cebu.

Northern Mindanao

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They are distinctively wrapped in corn husks and are commonly sold as pasalubong and street food in Northern Mindanao and Cebu.

Cebu

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They are distinctively wrapped in corn husks and are commonly sold as pasalubong and street food in Northern Mindanao and Cebu.

Cebuano language

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Both the names binaki and pintos literally mean "wrapped [in a pouch]"; from Cebuano bakibaki ("[pouch made of leaves] shaped like a frog"), and a contracted form of pinutos ("wrapped"), respectively.

Contraction (grammar)

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Both the names binaki and pintos literally mean "wrapped [in a pouch]"; from Cebuano bakibaki ("[pouch made of leaves] shaped like a frog"), and a contracted form of pinutos ("wrapped"), respectively.

Grater

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They are made by scraping young corn ears on a grater.

Cornmeal

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The resulting coarse cornmeal is then mixed with milk, butter (or margarine), baking powder, and white or brown sugar.

Milk

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The resulting coarse cornmeal is then mixed with milk, butter (or margarine), baking powder, and white or brown sugar.

Butter

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The resulting coarse cornmeal is then mixed with milk, butter (or margarine), baking powder, and white or brown sugar.

Margarine

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The resulting coarse cornmeal is then mixed with milk, butter (or margarine), baking powder, and white or brown sugar.

Baking powder

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The resulting coarse cornmeal is then mixed with milk, butter (or margarine), baking powder, and white or brown sugar.

White sugar

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The resulting coarse cornmeal is then mixed with milk, butter (or margarine), baking powder, and white or brown sugar.

Brown sugar

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The resulting coarse cornmeal is then mixed with milk, butter (or margarine), baking powder, and white or brown sugar.

Condensed milk

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In lieu of milk and sugar, condensed milk may sometimes be used.