Bilo Bilo is the Filipino term for glutinous rice balls made from grounded glutinous rice and formed into small balls. It is used as an ingredient for a traditional Philippines snacks called Ginataang Bilo Bilo where Bilo Bilo is cooked with coconut milk and Ginatan which is made from assorted ingredients like cooking banana, sweet potato, jackfruit, yams and Bilo Bilo.

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