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Bibingka na Malagkit Recipe

 

How to make Bibingka na Malagkit Recipe

Bibingka na Malagkit Recipe. Bibingka na Malagkit Recipe is a traditional Filipino kakanin. A very sticky version of bibingka galapong made of 100% glutinous rice flour with a soft, gooey and very sticky texture almost like puto tikoy. This recipe is usually made out of glutinous rice flour, coconut milk, condensed milk, water, coconut strips, sugar, salt and served with margarine and cheese. It is then baked until cheese topping becomes golden brown.

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Bibingka na Malagkit Ingredients:

  • 1 cup glutinous rice flour 
  • 1/3 cup sugar 
  • pinch of salt
  • 1/3 cup coconut cream or coconut milk “gata”
  • 1/2 cup young coconut, strips 
  • 1/2 cup sweetened condensed milk
  • 3/4 cup water
  • 1/2 cup cheddar cheese, grated for topping
  • Softened butter or margarine, for brushing 
  • banana leaves, wilted and cut into the size of a pie plate

Cooking Procedure:

  • Preheat the oven at 350F. Mix all ingredients except for the butter or margarine and grated cheese and mix until well blended. Place and arrange banana leaves on a pie plate and brush the leaves lightly with margarine or butter.

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  • Pour the batter mixture into the pie plate on top with greased banana leaves. Bake for about 35-40 minutes and take off from the oven.

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  • Brush the top with butter or margarine and sprinkle a generous amount of grated cheese. Put back in the oven and bake for another 7-10 minutes or until the cheese turns golden brown. Fire off, serve warm and enjoy.
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So simple and yet so delicious to satisfy that sweet tooth craving.  Use glutinous rice flour “malagkit”, to the equation instead of plain rice flour and you now have a sweet sticky rice cake – Bibingka na Malagkit.
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Usually vendors are located near the church during Christmas although you can now buy all types of bibingka at Filipino bakeries or markets all year round.  A delicate and delicious kakanin treat to bake and enjoy with your kids at home.
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About pingskie

Hello, I'm Ping Joven welcome to Pinoy Desserts the home of Filipino Dessert Recipes, I love sweets and I love to share my goodies with my family and friends. I’ve spent so much time in our kitchen even though I don’t have formal cooking education, but I cook and bake a lot. I have a large collection of cookbooks. I love watching Foodnetwork Channel & YouTube cooking videos it helps me develop my skills. To my fellow home cooks and home-bakers we should keep doing what we love and enjoy being creative in the kitchen. I also love taking photos of my food but, I’m not a good photographer, so I just hope and pray that my food will make you hungry, so you won’t notice my bad composition LOL. And lastly, please have mercy on my poor writing skills, English subject has always giving me a headache and as I compose this bio I can feel a migraine starts to kick in LOL. Thanks for visiting, have a nice day and may the blessings chase you today!

2 comments

  1. Bibingka makes me think that CHRISTmas is just around the corner not to mention the Puto Bungbong :D :D

  2. I love it and I’m gonna try this!

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