|Place of origin||Philippines|
|Region or state||Ifugao|
|Serving temperature||Warm, room temperature|
Binakle is a type of steamed rice cake originating from the Ifugao province of the Philippines. It is made from glutinous rice (diket) that is pounded into a paste, wrapped in banana or rattan leaves, and steamed. Variants may also add sesame seeds or sweet potato. They are popularly eaten on special occasions or as a snack. Uncooked binakle, along with rice wine (baya), are common offerings to the bulul ancestor spirits in Ifugao rituals.
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