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RECIPE: Bibingka

This is a quick and easy bibingka recipe not just for the Christmas Season but all year round. Luckily, I was able to satisfy my bibingka cravings thanks to The Maya Kitchen for sending me some boxes of bibingka mix.



Maybe its the weather, or maybe its because its Christmas Season already that having bibingka for merienda comes to mind. And because daughter and I doesn't have much to do (thanks to typhoon Ruby), we decided to spend time in the kitchen to bake some bibingka for merienda.

Ingredients:

Maya Bibingka Mix, 1 small box
1 egg, medium sized
1 tbsp butter
water
vanilla butter (optional)
1 salted egg, sliced thinly
muscovado sugar
grated coconut

It was quite easy to do, simply follow the instruction at the back of the box. However, I added some vanilla butter to enhance the flavor, added some salted egg, and instead of banana leaves, I used wax paper.

We cooked it in the oven-toasted for about 15-20 minutes. I generously coated the bibingka with butter, added the remaining slices of salted egg, and sprinkled some muscovado sugar. It would've tasted better if I have some grated coconut but its okay. Hubby and daughter enjoyed the bibingka.





Comments

  1. I tried this bibingka mix several years ago, I didn't like the result or may mali ko nagawa and because of that I prefer bumili na lang. hehehe!

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    1. Yeah, I prefer buying bibingka also especially from Ferrino's.. hehe ... -edel

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  2. I've tried using other Maya Kitchen baking products and they all turned out okay. Haven't tried the bibingka mix though. Will check it out next time. :)

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    1. Maya has a lot of easy-to-do cake mixes. I've only tried the bibingka now also. :) - edel

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  3. Haven't tried using Maya except for pancake. But I'm planning to learn more of their cakes this coming year.

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  4. I haven't tried The Maya Kitchen's Bibinka mix yet. mai-try nga!

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  5. Oooh I've seen Maya bibingka mix but I haven't considered buying one...maybe because I wasn't sure it would taste the same? Besides, Bibingka is awesome when it's piping hot. But maybe I'll take your word for it and serve my kids a taste of local Christmas. ;)

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