Bibingkang Abnoy is an Omelet with an extra kick. It is an exotic delicacy made with unfertilized rotten duck egg then fried (or steamed or baked over and under a coal).
Bibingkang Abnoy Recipe
- 5 abnoy eggs (bugok na itlog ng itik/unfertilized duck egg)
- ¼ cup minced onion
- 2 chopped tomatoes
- 1-2 stalks kintsay, minced
- 1 tsp ground pepper
- 1 tsp salt
- banana leaves
- 2 pieces salted eggs, garnish (optional)
- spiced vinegar, dipping sauce
- Crack eggs and pour in a bowl.
Beat the eggs as if you’re making an omelette. Mix in the rest of the ingredients except for garnish.
- A variation on cooking the abnoy mixture would be to steam, just like how you steam a puto for about 30 minutes or longer. make sure to cover the molder with a foil to prevent water drippings.
- You may also try the unconventional by baking it in a traditional bibingka tabletop clay oven, with embers of charcoal on both the bottom and top.
- Heat a wide pan lined with banana leaves on it. Pour cooking oil on it until hot enough.
- Pour the previously prepared mixture into the pan, over the banana leaf until about ¼ inches thick. Cook until top part is slightly cooked, then flip over.
- Insert a toothpick in the center to check if the inside is already cooked. Transfer it on a serving plate and serve with spicy vinegar dip!
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