Bibíngkoy is a Caviteño delicacy involving buns made from glutinous rice flour or galapong. They are stuffed with crushed, lightly sweetened munggo beans. The cakes are crammed onto a vast tray and grilled. Snipped-out servings are draped with a thick coconut sauce with jackfruit and sagó pearls. The method of cooking is like that of bibingka hence the name.
(Information and Bibingkoy illustration from Kàin Na! An Illustrated Guide to Philippine Food by Felice Sta. Maria, Bryan Koh and Mariel Ylagan Garcia)
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