|Place of origin||Philippines|
|Region or state||Pavia, Iloilo|
|Main ingredients||Rice, grated young coconut, ground corn kernels or ground pinipig (young rice)|
Baye-Baye (Tagalog pronunciation: [ˈbaje ˈbaje]) is a Filipino dish made from young coconut and either newly harvested rice (pinipig) or corn formed into patties. A specialty of Pavia, Iloilo, it is made from grated young coconut mixed with either ground corn kernels or ground pinipig (young rice).