An easy, no soak Pressure Cooker Biko Filipino Sweet Rice Cake recipe that you can top with fresh mangos or caramel. Make this traditional Filipino sweet rice cake all year long using your instant pot.
Pressure Cooker Biko Filipino Sweet Rice Cake
This dish is so sweet and delicious I cannot wait for you to try it for yourself. This is my Pressure Cooker Biko Filipino Sweet Rice Cake No Soak Recipe. I love to enjoy mine with fresh slices of mango’s or with the caramel topping you see in the photos.
This method is perfect for those who forget to soak their sweet rice the night before. I’m super busy with my four kids it’s hard to remember to do things like this sometimes.
Warning, this recipe does take a while to cook, but it comes out so delicious. As the cook, you get first dibs on the fresh batch of sweet rice! This is a Filipino version that I’m sure some of you can agree resembles Rice Pudding. It is ooey-gooey goodness that only needs to be reheated after it’s been refrigerated to get back to its original delicious self.
Filipino Biko Ingredients
- Asian Sweet Rice
- Coconut Milk
- Granulated Sugar
- Light Brown Sugar
This easy Filipino Biko recipe uses all of the traditional ingredients you would find in a sticky rice. Filipino Biko sweet rice uses an Asian sweet rice as the base, and is mixed with coconut milk, sugar, and vanilla. Super simple and easy to make, you can find the sweet right in your local grocery store in the Asian food section.
Filipino Recipe Ideas
- Filipino Chicken Adobo
- Pressure Cooker Pork Adobo
- Pressure Cooker Filipino Leche Flan
- Pressure Cooker Filipino Beef Tapa
Serve this delicious Biko along side some of my other popular Filipino recipes. My Pressure Cooker Filipino Leche Flan is a family favorite, and is highly requested during the holidays. I promise you wont make this famous dessert any other way once you see how easy it is to make in the Instant Pot.
Biko Recipe Notes
If you would like you can use small ceramic oven-safe dishes and divide the contents into them evenly. Keep all of the cooking times the same but ensure that there is an equal amount of liquid in each mini ceramic dish.
Do not overfill your mini ceramic dishes, to ensure even cooking keep the rice below the middle mark of your dishes. Make sure there is enough liquid in each dish by only filling it to a little below 3/4. If you liked this dish check out my Pressure Cooker Oxtail Soup!
- 1 1/2 Cups of Asian Sweet Rice
- 2 Can's of Coconut Milk
- 1/2 Cup of White Sugar
- 1/2 Cup of Light Brown Sugar
- 1 Teaspoon of Vanilla
- 3 Cups of Water
- Fill your pot with the 3 Cups of Water.
- In a 7 cup Microwave/oven safe bowl, fill it with the sweet rice brown and white sugar. Stir together and mix well.
- Open and add the coconut milk and vanilla. Mix well and cover with aluminum foil.
- Add a wire stand to your pot high enough so the bowl will NOT touch the water at the bottom of the pot.
- Turn on pot and set it to manual High 75 Minutes.
- Once finished give it a Manual Pressure Release. Open the pot and check the middle of the rice. if it still needs time, close the lid and let sit for another 10 minutes. Once rice is perfectly cooked remove the bowl from the pot and transfer to a casserole dish. Add caramel topping and cut and serve immediately.
- Serve Now with a cup of coffee,
- Enjoy later and just reheat for 1 minute and 45 seconds per squares.