Cassava or we call it balinghoy is normally found in tropical countries like Philippines, it is a good alternatives to rice due to a main source of carbohydrates, because cassava can be grown easily in the Philippines it is a cheaper alternatives to rice , Filipinos tried deferent ways of cooking cassava and one of them is Cassava cake, which is now a traditional dessert of the Filipinos.
- Combine all ingredients grated cassava, butter, condensed milk, evaporated milk, cheese, sugar, eggs and coconut milk in a mixing bowl and mix thoroughly.
- Grease the baking tray with butter then pour-in the mixture.
- Then put-in the baking tray in pre heated oven for 175 C and bake for 1 hour.
- Prepare the topping: In a low heated saucepan combine all the ingredients for topping the coconut milk , condensed milk, sugar and flour. Mix thoroughly.
- While constantly stirring add the cheese then cook until syrup is slightly thick .
- Put small amount of syrup to the beaten yolk, stir and the stir back yolk mixture to simmering syrup.
- Then pour the topping over the Cassava Cake and spread evenly.
- Broil the Cassava cake until colour turns light brown. Watch it carefully.
- Garnish with grated cheese and serve.