Biko refers to one of Philippines sweets made of glutinous rice cooked in brown sugar and Coconut milk.

Biko is also spelled as Bico. They are made in different ways in every region of the country, but the main ingredients are always glutinous rice (Malagkit) and Coconut Milk (Gata) and of course the brown sugar (Asukal) to sweeten it.

Bico is best served with Latik.

Below is a picture of Biko sold using a mobile cart. One of the lovely sights we can always see in Philippines streets, the different raw or cooked food sold by mobile carts around.

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