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How To Make Filipino Food Bibingka

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How To Make Filipino Food Bibingka
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How to Make Rice Bibingka

Bibingka is rice muffins or rice cake. There are many different ways on how to make bibingka. But I am going to show you the bibingka that my Mom and I used to make when I was a young girl. Except, here... in this version, I've added eggs and vanilla extract. Basically, bibingka is made of ground rice flour, freshly squeezed coconut milk, sugar, and baking powder. On ours, we added anise seeds, if they're available. We baked our bibingka using a makeshift oven made of large tin can, split in half to make a drawer. (My dad would add a wooden handle to the bottom drawer for easier handling.) Bibingka would usually be baked in tin can rings, another home made gadget, lined with wilted coconut leaves. Hot coals or wood fire are placed at the bottom and top of the makeshift oven. The top coals give the bibingka a nice golden crust. BTW. Bake rice bibingka in a preheated oven at 400F for 30 minutes, or until toothpick comes out clean. For more information and recipe, please click here: http:yamanngmahirap.wordpress.com20110319how-to-make-bibingka
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Bibingka is traditionally made with rice flour and coconut milk .To become a Especial Bibingka add toppings with sliced salted duck eggs and sugar, it is popular native Filipino food during Christmas, smell the aroma of toasted banana leaves outside the church during Simbang Gabi or Mass at Dawn.
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How to Cook Bibingka Recipe English

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 for more detailed guide: http:www.pagkaingpinoytv.com201409bibingka-recipe.htmlClick Here http:www.youtube.comsubscription_center?add_user=PagkaingPinoyTV to subscribe for more upcoming Filipino Recipes!Follow MeFacebook https:www.facebook.compagkaingpinoytv1 Google+ https:plus.google.com+PagkaingPinoyTV Twitter https:twitter.comPagkaingPinoyTV
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