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How To Make Filipino Food Bibingka

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Bibingka RecipeIngredients1 cup rice flour 2 tsp baking powder 1 cup sugar 14 tsp salt 1 cup coconut milk 14 cup evaporated milk 3 medium raw eggs 1 pc salted duck egg 14 cup butter 14 cup cheeseThank You for Watching I hope you enjoyed my BIBINGKA RECIPEClick Here http:www.youtube.comsubscription_center?add_user=PagkaingPinoyTV to subscribe for more upcoming Filipino Recipes!Follow MeFacebook https:www.facebook.compagkaingpinoytv Google+ https:plus.google.com+PagkaingPinoyTV Twitter https:twitter.comPagkaingPinoyTV
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