Tikoy as ulam? Here's how it's done

Posted at Feb 06 2013 05:14 PM | Updated as of Feb 07 2013 03:17 AM

Who said the popular Chinese New Year treat nian gao, known here in the Philippines as tikoy, can only be eaten as a snack or dessert?

Chef Tristan Encarnacion shows viewers of "Umagang Kay Ganda" how to turn tikoy into an ulam or viand by preparing Ginisang Tikoy Con Ulam At Karne.

Watch the video for the recipe.

Umagang Kay Ganda, February 6, 2013

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