Treat Yourself to Bibingka with Salted Egg...In Cheesecake Form

We found Filipino bibingka with a twist!

IMAGE Cat Altomonte

It looks just like you know what it is: wrapped in toasted banana leaves, a crusty and caramelized top, and finished with generous slices of cheese and salted egg. Who doesn’t love classic Filipino bibingka?

 

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This classic Filipino bibingka recipe only needs a few pantry staples to recreate at home.

 

Wildflour Café + Bakery’s version is an updated version of the local treat. Instead of the usual rice cake made with rice flour and kakang gata (the first press of coconut milk), the cafe bakes a light, fluffy, Japanese-style cheesecake as its bibingka base. The tops of their cheesecake look stunning: brown and caramelized, and topped with slices of chewy cheddar and salted duck egg.

 


 

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You can make fluffy bibingka in a regular oven.

 

The flavors of Wildflour Café + Bakery’s Salted Egg Cheesecake are definitely reminiscent of traditional bibingka, and the texture is a fun twist that will make your merienda more exciting. Pair it with a cup of coffee or tea for the perfect afternoon snack. 

 

Wildflour Café + Bakery’s Salted Egg Cheesecake is available for P115 per piece.

 

Give bibingka, a classic Filipino rice cake, a pop of color and flavor!

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Here's how Nicole Ponseca, New York-based Filipina restaurateur, gets a good crust on bibingka!

 

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