|Alternative names||salokara, salucara, salocara|
|Place of origin||Philippines|
|Region or state||Eastern Samar|
|Serving temperature||Hot or warm|
|Main ingredients||Rice flour, water or coconut milk, sugar, tubâ wine/yeast|
Salukara is a type of pancake of the Waray people in Eastern Samar, Philippines. It is made with rice flour, coconut milk, sugar, and water, the same ingredients to make the cake called bibingka. Traditionally tubâ (palm wine) is used as the leavening agent, giving the pancakes a slightly sour aftertaste, though standard baker's yeast can be substituted. They are cooked in a pan traditionally greased with pork lard. They are commonly eaten for breakfast and for merienda.
- Uy, Amy A. (1 September 2013). "Rice cakes, roscas, and more eats at the Samar Food Fest". GMA News Online. Retrieved 17 October 2018.
- "Linamnam at Latik: Ang pagkain ng Samar". GMA News Online. 16 November 2012. Retrieved 17 October 2018.
|Noodles and pasta|
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and other desserts