Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Bibingka or Rice flour Cake For Sweet Punch December 2011

Bibingka is a Filipino dessert which is baked with glutinous rice, rice flour, cheese and salted eggs.  Actually I was supposed to make this for Daring Baker's last month, which I skipped it since I couldn't find glutinous rice, next I found it quite peculiar using whole salted eggs for dessert.

We use eggs almost for most of our puddings and mousse, which is normally whipped up and get blended but this one is baked with whole salted eggs in the middle.  After skipping the process of using salted eggs and glutinous rice, I found this cake  as a very familiar taste to me, it was very much like a rice flour paniyaram which my mom used to make, except that this is been baked.  Anyways I loved this cake a lot, a best option for gluten free cake, so this recipe is my submission for Sweet Punch.  Oh! Yes, I forget to say, this month Sweet punch team has left to our choice to bake anything of our choice.  Hope you enjoy baking this cake in your home.


Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time:  30 minutes
Makes 4

Ingredients:
Rice flour-  150 g
Eggs- 2
Sugar- 75 g
Coconut milk- 60 ml
Butter- 3 tbsp ( melted )
Baking powder- 2 tsp
Cardamom powder- 1 tsp
Fresh grated coconut- 2 tbsp

Method:
Preheat the oven to 180 degree Celsius.  Mix together rice flour, baking powder and sugar in a large bowl.  Beat in the eggs, cardamom powder and  coconut milk into the rice flour mixture.  Finally add the melted butter into the rice flour mixture.  Grease and line four ramekins.  Pour the mixture equally into the ramekins and  sprinkle the grated coconut on top of it.  Bake it in the preheated oven  for 30 to 40 minutes or until skewer inserted comes out clean.  Take it out from the oven, cool it in the wire rack for about 5 minutes.  Remove it from the ramekins and serve it while they are still warm.
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43 comments:

Reva said...

This is super yum Ayeesha..:) Loved the idea of using rice flour in bakes.. the pic are simply glorious..:) Wonderfully done and beautifully presented..;)
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Reshmi Mahesh said...

Rice flour cake looks yummy...Lovely clicks..

Asha said...

Oh... yummy... This is very new to me... should give it a try...

Sushma Mallya said...

They look so pretty love the crunch on top of the coconut yum:)

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

that sounds wonderful and what a great texture.

sangee vijay said...

this is interesting and delicious recipe...perfect and looks so inviting...thank you so much for sending over..do link to the linky tool also, if you have problem with linking just mail me will do it..
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Shri said...

Interesting recipe and innovation!

Amina Khaleel said...

rice flour cake looks awesome... never heard of these before... would surely give this a try.. thanks for sharing the recipe...

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Bibinka is one dessert that I had it from Goa and it was simply mind blowing. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
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Indu said...

The pic of the bibingka just stood out on my blogger dashboard updates, looks so good....

Vidhya Viju Govind said...

never tried this ever - am sure it tastes as good as it looks :)......lovely pics

Ganga Sreekanth said...

Wow!!! This looks so inviting.........bookmarked

Ganga Sreekanth said...

Wow!!! This looks so inviting.........bookmarked

Vidhya said...

Never had or heard about this dish.It looks delicious.

Vardhini said...

Looks yummy and the clicks are terrific. Thx for linking to the event.

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PriyaVaasu said...

Rice cake looks super yum!!!

Priya said...

Beautiful looking rice flour cake,looks super moist and fabulous..

Kaveri said...

Yummy rice flour cakes..beautiful clicks.

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ANU said...

wow awesome sweet....

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Anjali Shukla said...

You are a daring cook for real!
I love the zeal within you to try things not just from your world but from the entire Universe....hats off!! :)
And ya, forgot to tell, the Bibingka look unmatched! I was in Philippines for about a year, so can really cherish it...

Rachana said...

This is such a gorgeous looking cake. Love the crunchy top of the cake.

faseela said...

this luks awesome dear....

Love and other Spices said...

This cake looks awesome,Umm.We have a similar version in Srilanka called "Bibikkan".A must try..

Katerina said...

It is always great to learn about food from different countries around the world. these little cakes look mouthwatering!

That Girl said...

I've had lots of Filipino entrees, but never a Filipino dessert!

divya said...

Looks yummy and awesome. would luv to have it

Divya @ flavourfiesta said...

Never had this before, but it does sound pretty good! And I love the pics too.

Torviewtoronto said...

we have something similar the name bibingka
delicious looking cake

Tina said...

beautiful presentation and clicks dear..perfectly baked cake...

Kavi said...

wow! rice flour in bakes?! definitely new for me! And the pics are just beyond amazing! :)

If possible, please go through the rules of my event > Jingle All The Way and link your post there.
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Deeksha said...

Looks fantastic.

Vardhini said...

New one and looks yummy. The clicks are gorgeous. Thx for linking to the event.

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julie said...

Yummy yummy ..perfect with rice flour!!
Thanx for linking it to my event as well..

Jasna's kitchen creations said...

Something new to me...LOVE discovering new methods, tastes, ingredients....

Plateful said...

Hey sweetie, how you been? Hope you settled well in India. I've missed visiting you space. I think I've tasted these cakes made with rice flour. YUM!

Christy Gerald said...

Superbly done Bibinka Dear.Simply drooling here.Luv it

Raksha said...

Lovely one. DO link this to Ravens event announcement page too.

Kavi said...

thanks so much for linking your post to my event! :)
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Radhika said...

This is entirely new to me Ayeesha. Thank you very much for sharing the recipe and linking it to the event.

Ambreen said...

Wow, that looks amazing! Gorgeous & delicious!!!

Athisaya Divya said...

How are you my dear fellow Pearl City-ian ;) Sorry for not dropping by for long. How have you been? The rice flour cake and the paal paniyaarams look so good! Wish I lived near you :)

Pranati Nath said...

That recipe looks simple and totally yummy.Could you please link it to my on going event Yummy
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Fahad Khan said...

Bibingka looks really nice and fluffy!:-) I am sure you had fun baking it..and even more fun eating it!Hehe..

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