Perfect food after “Night mass”

Presenting you all…….bibingka!!!! ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜……….. bibingka is one of the traditional philippine christmas food. It is soft and spongy large flat cake that is slightly charred on both surface and has a unique aroma of toasted banana leaves.

It is usually eaten along with puto bumbong right after the “Night Mass” or the Misa de Gallo. It is sold aout side of the churches during nine-day novena for worshippers to eat for breakfast.

It is sweet, affordable and can be eat hot or warm. Sometimes my mother would by some of this just for meriemda, and me with my sibling really enjoy to eat it together with a cold softdrinks.

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