We know what you’re thinking…is it purple because of ube? The simple answer is no but this Filipino glutinous rice cake is absolutely delicious! It’s traditionally made with purple rice which gives it the ube-like color. Enjoy it with a generous amount of butter or margarine, fresh grated coconut, and muscovado sugar for an authentic experience.
Microwave: Heat for 3 minutes with wet paper towel on top for moisture.
Steam: for 3-5 minutes
The Philippines' Best Rice Cake Since 1938
Ferino’s Bibingka started in 1938 in Tondo, Manila by Ceferino and Cristina Francisco. They started cooking bibingka with three clay stoves on a 1-meter bench and two small tables during the Christmas season. After the war, Mang Ferino further improved the quality of the bibingka and they started offering it all year round making it famous all over the Philippines.