Casava Cake Recipe desserts are always the perfect course to end a meal. It could be in any form or type as long as it will satisfy your cravings for desserts.
It is made from cassava, or commonly known as “kamoteng kahoy” or “balanghoy”. The cassava itself is dug from beneath the ground, and then properly rinsed, peeled, and crumbled.
It can be enjoyed with a cup of coffee or hot chocolate. Some people even pair it with cold drinks. Whatever your favorite drink is, it is one of the dishes which could perfectly blend and satisfy your sweet tooth.
In certain parts of Philippines it is eaten as a snack and others as breakfast especially those who goes to work as it is sold on the streets specifically where there are plenty of traffic.
In Makati for example near the train station at Guadalupe vendors are waiting for customers who are hungry and did not eat breakfast at home.
Tips How to Cook Cassava Cake
Making your own cassava cake certainly is a piece of cake. Easy recipes are easily found and followed. You just need grated cassava, coconut milk, milk powder, egg, butter, cheese, and sugar.
You will also need the same ingredients to make its sweet and creamy syrup on top. Once you have the complete list of ingredients, you can start whipping for a tasty dessert.
Make sure you avoid over cooking it as it quickly dries up and not delectable when eaten burnt. You w ant to keep it moist for a delicious and wonderful treat.
If you took your elementary years in the Philippines, I am sure this is will not be missed at the canteens, If I am not mistaken all the schools I have been in had this as a dessert at the canteen or cafeteria.
You can check the full Casava Cake Recipe and its procedures and have a relaxing time with this sweet delight.
Casava Cake Recipe
- 3 pcs eggs
- 400 ml condensed milk
- 50 g butter melted
- ½ cup white sugar
- 450 g grated cassava
- 1 tbsp butter melted for greasing
- ½ cup coconut milk
- ½ cup condensed milk
- 2 pcs egg yolk
- 1 cup cheddar cheese grated
- Preheat oven for 180°C.
- In a bowl, combine eggs, coconut milk, condensed milk, butter and sugar.
- Add the grated cassava and stir until well combined.
- Grease the pan with melted butter and pour the cassava mixture.
- Bake for 1 hour until firm and when the skewer comes out clean when inserted.
- Prepare the toppings by combining coconut milk, condense milk and egg yolk.
- Gently pour the milk and egg mixture into the baked cassava.
- Sprinkle grated cheese on top.
- Put back to the oven and broil for 10 minutes.
- Let it cool for 10-15 minutes before serving.