Carioca

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Carioca is a dessert from the Philippines, part of a group known as Kakanin. It consists of glutinous rice balls that are fried then covered in caramel.1

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  1. ^  "You're Just 4 Ingredients Away from Sticky Rice Cake Paradise" Amelia Rampe. Published: 8 April, 2021. Accessed: 14 November, 2021.