Simply Filipina

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For today's snack! It is made of rice cake flour from Philippines, it's traditionally eaten in special gatherings like holidays and fiestas. Typically mix with milk or water, butter, eggs and cheese, the bibingka is commonly placed with banana leaves to add extra aromatic smell to it. There are several variety of bibingka making.. mine, just bake it in the oven the simplest way no garnishes such us hard boiled eggs and shredded coconut on top like on the traditional bbk. Been craving for this in a long time!