4. Boil coco milk and sugar until thick. Add cooked mongo and cook like Bukayo.
5. Combine this mixture with mealy malagkit thoroughly and wrap measured amounts in banana leaves (wilted by passing over an open flame).
6. Steam 30 minutes.
Sometimes, I didn’t have a steamer (or a double boiler or pasta pot with an elevated steamer top). So, I would get a metal rack (no plastic feet) and put it on top of a wok, line up the suman, fill the wok with water that didn’t touch the metal rack, and covered the wok. It worked!
2 packs frozen cassava
2 packs frozen buko
2 cups sugar 2 cans (16 0z) coconut milk
1 tablespoon vanilla
1/4 cup melted butter
1. Mix them together and bake it in a gressed pan/pyrex for 1 hour at 350 degrees.
2. Remove the pyrex after an hour so you can put the topping.(see below)
1 can condensed milk
1 bottle of string macapuno.
Mix together and put on top of cassava, then bake again until topping is brown. Maybe 30 or 45 mins.