English: Alpajor / Deutsch: Alpajor / Español: Alpajor / Português: Alpajor / Français: Alpajor / Italiano: Alpajor /

Alpajor refers to a Filipino native delicacy that originated from Zamboanga, southern part of the Philippines. Its ingredients are only glutinous rice and brown sugar. To make Alpajor , try the recipe below:

Procedure:
1. Wash white glutinous rice twice.
2. Drain and dry for 3 hours.
3. Toast, and mill to fine powder.
4. Mix rice powder and sugar well for about an hour.
5. Strain the mixture and place inside mold and press.
6. Steam for 30 minutes.

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