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    Wednesday, August 7, 2013

    Cassava Cake


    Cassava cake is very popular cassava dish in the Philippines, this could be served as a snack or as a dessert. I like cassava cake in fact it is listed in my favorite snacks. Delicious and easy to make. I hope you will try this recipe and let me know.

    Ingredients for 10-12 servings:
    for the cake:
    1 kilo grated cassava
    3 cups coconut milk
    1 cup Nestle Cream or All purpose cream
    3/4 cup sugar
    1 cup condensed milk
    2 eggs (beaten)
    1/2 cup melted butter or margarine

    For the Toppings:
    1 beaten egg
    1 can condensed milk
    -Combine the beaten egg and condensed milk then set aside.
    1 cup grated cheese

    Procedure:

    1.Set the oven at 160 degrees celcius and preheat it for 15 minutes.
    2.Mix all the ingredients for the cassava cake, then put in a greased baking pan, then bake for 1 hour or until done.
    3. Remove from the oven then pour in the condensed milk and egg mixture then sprinkle the shredded cheese and bake for another 10-15 minutes or until done.

    4. You can sprinkle more cheese, slice then serve it with a smile :-).




    Note:
    I used a round regular size baking pan for this so that I do not need to spend a lot for the toppings.
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    20 comments:

    1. Hmm...I can almost smell this one like it is just coming out from the oven, hehe!

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    2. Ano po ba ang pwedeng pang subtitute sa nestle cream?ang cassava po ba ay kailangan pigaan?

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      1. Pwede na rin evaporated milk pero bawasan mo ng 1/2 cup ang gata. di na kailangan pigain.

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    3. what kind of cheese?

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    4. Ate Mely puedi ba yun fresh na cassava? kung ang fresh ang gamitin after ko na kinuskos kailagan pa bang piga-in? salamat po..:)

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      1. oo fresh yan kinuskos ko then kinilo, di ko na piniga,

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    5. What kind of cheese?

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    6. you can use cheddar or quickmelt cheese.

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    7. is it the nestle table cream that you are using?

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    8. No it's not, it's the nestle all purpose cream, but you can use table cream to replace it.

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    9. Can I use yuca instead of cassava?

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    10. yes you can they are the same thing.

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    11. pwede po ba ang cassava powder instead of grated cassava? meron po kc ako dito sa bahay cassava powder. pwede na po ba un?

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    12. Di po ba pwede steam ito?wala po kami oven.

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    13. @ madel pasensya na di ko alam kung pwede yang cassava powder di ko pa nasubukan.

      @ Juliet pwede po pero ang resulta iba sa baked.

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    14. Is that condensed milk the same as sweetened condensed milk? Also the first time I made it it turned out absolutely perfect but when I made it the 2nd time it came out all mushy. Any suggestions what went wrong?

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    15. Is that condensed milk the same as sweetened condensed milk? Also the first time I made it it turned out absolutely perfect but when I made it the 2nd time it came out all mushy. Any suggestions what went wrong?

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      1. I am so sorry it's only now that I've read your comment :( :( yes it's the same with sweetened cond. milk. , either during the baking process or the measurement of the liquid is not perfect. Sorry that it's not successful during the 2nd time :(

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    16. Frozen grated cassava, thawed would be okay Ms. Mely?

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    Item Reviewed: Cassava Cake Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Melys Kitchen
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