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Bitso-bitso (Karioka) from Nhymbe
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Bitso-bitso (Karioka) from Nhymbe

Bitso-bitso (Karioka) from Nhymbe

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Bitso-bitso or karioka is popular all-over the Philippines. It can also be seen in the streets and considered as one of the most loved, sweet street foods.

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Carioca are deep-fried glutinous rice balls coated with caramel syrup; they are popular Filipino street food and commonly sold skewered in bamboo sticks
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Carioca are deep-fried glutinous rice balls coated with caramel syrup; they are popular Filipino street food and commonly sold skewered in bamboo sticks
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A step by step yummy recipe on how to make Karioka. Ingredients: 1 cup sweet rice flour (glutinous rice flour can be used as a substit...
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A step by step yummy recipe on how to make Karioka. Ingredients: 1 cup sweet rice flour (glutinous rice flour can be used as a substit...

A step by step yummy recipe on how to make Karioka.      Ingredients: 1 cup sweet rice flour (glutinous rice flour can be used as a substit...
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Filipino Easy Recipes: Maruya I (Banana Fritters)
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Filipino Easy Recipes: Maruya I (Banana Fritters)

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Karioka (Deep-fried Coconut Rice Balls with Brown Sugar Glaze) with ube (purple yam) and langka( (jackfruit) filing by artofdessert, via Fli...
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Karioka (Deep-fried Coconut Rice Balls with Brown Sugar Glaze) with ube (purple yam) and langka( (jackfruit) filing by artofdessert, via Fli. I would likely omit the coconut :P

the first time my filipino friend brought me one of these for christmas, I fell in love with these "filipino doughnuts", karioka.

Karioka (Deep-fried Coconut Rice Balls with Brown Sugar Glaze) with ube (purple yam) and langka( (jackfruit) filing by artofdessert, via Fli...

Karioka (Deep-fried Coconut Rice Balls with Brown Sugar Glaze) with ube (purple yam) and langka( (jackfruit) filing by artofdessert, via Fli...
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Karioka - Deep-Fried Glutinous Rice Flour Balls in Coconut Syrup. Popular Philippines street food.
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Coconut donuts with a coconut glaze.

Karioka - Deep-Fried Glutinous Rice Flour Balls in Coconut Syrup. Popular Philippines street food.

Karioka - Deep-Fried Glutinous Rice Flour Balls in Coconut Syrup.  Popular Philippines street food.
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How to make Kutsinta
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