Visayan sweet delicacy made from pounded rice flakes, sugar, young coconut meat and juice. In every city Baye Baye comes in many shapes, as well as in color and texture.
- 2 Cups pounded rice flakes
- 1 Cup young coconut water
- 1/2 Cup sugar
- 1 1/2 Cups young coconut
- Toast the pounded rice flakes in a pan over medium heat.
- Stirring constantly until pounded rice flakes pops and crunchy.
- Grind toasted rice flakes in a food processor until it becomes powder.
- In a separate bowl, mix ground tasted rice flakes, young coconut water and sugar.
- Mix well before adding the grated young coconut meat.
- Keep stirring all the ingredients are properly combined.
- Grease the wrapper with coconut oil and scoop a heaping tablespoon of mixture in the center.
- Roll into a tuber by hands, wrap and chill before serving.
- Banana leaves and wax paper are the substitute for wrapper.
- Use brown sugar for white toasted rice flakes for rich color and texture.