The Queen of Goan Desserts Bebinca also known as Bibik has been one of the select few souvenirs that we end up requesting our dear ones to get for us each time they visit the Whatsapp Capital of Impromptu Plans Coconut Milk Egg Yolks Ghee Flour Sugar and Nutmeg come together to make this multilayered cake Although the prime ingredient here is Patience since each layer is baked one after the other in order to get the perfect caramelized glaze each time Traditionally it s made in an earthenware called Tizal and baked on fires fuelled by Coconut husks Tizal is very similar to the wide mouthed handi while it uses a different clay and is baked at higher temperatures Some believe that the dessert was first made by a Nun with Portuguese roots in Old Goa and the Bebinca was said to have 7 layers each one representative of the 7 hills of Old Goa Lisbon A lot has been said about the origins of Bebinca and the actual layers thereof but one thing that remains constant throughout all these stories is how this dessert ended up putting Goa on the Dessert Map of the World On an absolutely unrelated note anyone coming to Ahmedabad from Goa anytime soon P S foodmemories_com These would be a great addition to your wonderland of a store

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The 'Queen of Goan Desserts' - Bebinca (also known as Bibik) has been one of the select few souvenirs that we end up requesting our dear ones to get for us, each time they visit the Whatsapp Capital of Impromptu Plans.
Coconut Milk, Egg Yolks, Ghee, Flour, Sugar and Nutmeg come together to make this multilayered cake. Although, the prime ingredient here, is Patience, since each layer is baked one after the other in order to get the perfect caramelized glaze, each time!
Traditionally, it's made in an earthenware called Tizal and baked on fires fuelled by Coconut husks. Tizal is very similar to the wide-mouthed handi, while it uses a different clay and is baked at higher temperatures.

Some believe that the dessert was first made by a Nun with Portuguese roots, in Old Goa and the Bebinca was said to have 7 layers, each one representative of the 7 hills of Old Goa & Lisbon.
A lot has been said about the origins of Bebinca and the actual layers thereof, but one thing that remains constant throughout all these stories is how this dessert ended up putting Goa on the Dessert Map of the World.

On an absolutely unrelated note, anyone coming to Ahmedabad from Goa, anytime soon? #AskingForAFriend

P.S.: @foodmemories_com
These would be a great addition to your wonderland-of-a-store!

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The 'Queen of Goan Desserts' - Bebinca (also known as Bibik) has been one of the select few souvenirs that we end up requesting our dear ones to get for us, each time they visit the Whatsapp Capital of Impromptu Plans. Coconut Milk, Egg Yolks, Ghee, Flour, Sugar and Nutmeg come together to make this multilayered cake. Although, the prime ingredient here, is Patience, since each layer is baked one after the other in order to get the perfect caramelized glaze, each time! Traditionally, it's made in an earthenware called Tizal and baked on fires fuelled by Coconut husks. Tizal is very similar to the wide-mouthed handi, while it uses a different clay and is baked at higher temperatures. Some believe that the dessert was first made by a Nun with Portuguese roots, in Old Goa and the Bebinca was said to have 7 layers, each one representative of the 7 hills of Old Goa & Lisbon. A lot has been said about the origins of Bebinca and the actual layers thereof, but one thing that remains constant throughout all these stories is how this dessert ended up putting Goa on the Dessert Map of the World. On an absolutely unrelated note, anyone coming to Ahmedabad from Goa, anytime soon? #AskingForAFriend P.S.: @foodmemories_com These would be a great addition to your wonderland-of-a-store! #HappyBirthdayFiAFam #FoodaholicsInAhmedabad #Foodaholics #Ahmedabad #FoodInAhmedabad #AhmedabadFood #LiveToEat #Foodhunt #Foodfinds #Foodblogger #Food #FoodLover #Foodstagram #Instafoodie #Foodnetwork #Foodfeed #Foodtalkindia #AhmedabadFoodie #Ahmedabad_Instagram #Goa #Bebinca #Dodol #Coconut #Cake

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