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Sunday, December 5, 2010

Bibingka or Rice Cake

I bought this rice cake mix at the Oriental store in Pittsburgh last time.  Now, I never  had an experience  making bibingka before but that's what directions are for right?
I told my burritos that I will try to make  abibingka and they  both jumped up and help.
She even tried the  unbaked mix wahhhh.
Now this is what it looks like when baked.  It doesn't look like a real bibingka but what can we do, we're not in the Philippines hehehe.
It wasn't bad though, they actually tasted pretty good.




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Lyndsey said...

How cute, and what fun you must have in the kitchen with your helpers!

maiylah said...

looks good!

thanks for playing!would it be too much to ask if you place the Food Friday link (and button) so that i'll know which post to comment in?thanks a bunch.i have already placed your link on my post. :)

w0rkingAth0mE said...

It's christmas season and you can see in the street people selling bibingka .. good to see your kiddos are helping a lot ..

By the way i message you about microworkers in your other blog. No need to submit your blog thanks for joining.

RyHeAnNe said...

Hehe, excited si Rylie. Mukhang pancake na mukhang mamon nga Ateh kasi used ata tau sa puting bibingka, puti ba bibingka sa inyo? Pero kung palapad cguro yan bibingka talaga kc ganyan hitsura ng bibingka na nakita ko sa Tarlac yellow.

Teacher Pookie Bear ko Ateh, Bear kc malaki xa sa akin gorilla nga minsan ako ang kanyang little monkey. Hehehe

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I have never heard of rice cake mix, that is a new one on me. Diane

Elvie said...

they looked like cup cake :P
i think you could have put grated coconut or cheese on top. well, as you said, what can we do, nothing beats the original bibingka in philippines. those are some small reasons you want to go back home :)

by the way, i followed you in GFC, hope you could follow back. Cheers!

nuts said...

naku magkakasundo pala buritos mo dito sa bunso ko.. ang yummy naman niyan... sarap nga, kahit di pa luto, nag taste test na haha.

♥Oh! GoSh yhS♥ said...

basta ba nakakain at nakak busog okay na yan hehehe. ang puto mix ko nga hindi pa nagagawa kasi malaki ang tin cup ko

January said...

masarap na sis? naku nakabili ako dati nyan kaso nag expire na lang hindo ko naluto... hehe kaya hindi ko alam ang taste..
thanks sa visit..

anne said...

Your burritos are enjoying so much galing ng mother nila, napaka talented

Hazel said...

wow! i also buy that here in the Phils because I don't know how to make bibingka. hehehe...visiting you here!

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Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Parehas lang yan basta lalagyan mo nang itlog na maalat at keso at bubudburan nang grated coconut. Parang authentic bibingka na rin. Nakakatuwa naman ang dalawang chikiting mo na tumulong pa sa iyo sa pagbake nang bibingka. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

♥peachkins♥ said...

I'm sure you miss the original bibingka and puto bumbong. Your version of bibingka is enough to bring you home..

kat said...

parang cup cake, mamon, ano ba hahahah, pero mukhang masarap hehe

Vernz said...

wow, ganda.. perfect shape... sarap din yung kutsinta Rose.. dropping by here too.

imriz said...

sure looks temptingly good, rose. nice try.

Dhemz said...

oh my...mukhang masarap sis...never pa akong nakaluto nyan....will try to get some when we go to Cali....:)

kat said...

hehehehe...may bibingka pa ba dyan, pahingi hehehe..

MYM ko nasa iTravel hehe

Liza said...

Bigla ako nag-crave ng bibingka. :)

Happy MYM.

Liz @ MLC

Madz said...

Not bad! And it looks yummy too! Even if I live here in the Philippines, I haven't tried cooking bibingka, even the instant ones. :D

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