How to Cook Ginataang Halo Halo – Ginataang Halo Halo Recipe / Ingredientsposted by: Feby
Every child has a memory when they were young about a certain food and I am not an exception of that. When I was young, I usually stay with my aunt in a province during long breaks in school. In there, my aunt would always cook something sweet for our snack or dessert and her specialty is Ginataang Halo-Halo. This recipe has always been a part of my vacation in their province and I love it. And since I don’t go there often, I asked my aunt to teach me how to cook Ginataang Halo-halo, so I can cook and eat whenever I want to. And now, I am sharing this Filipino recipe to you, thinking that you may be interested in knowing how to make it and maybe you want to try this too.
The ingredients are quite a lot so you need more time to prepare them. But don’t worry; the cooking procedures are simple and easy. Just see them below.
- 3 medium sized sweet potatoes ( kamote)
- 2 medium taro root ( gabi)
- 3-5 banana ( saba)
- Glutinous rice balls (bilo-bilo)
- 1 cup of Sweetened jack fruit
- 1 cup of tapioca pearls ( smallest size)
- ¼ kilo brown sugar
- 750 ml of water
- 3-4 cups of coconut milk
- Prepare the casserole by putting water in it and bring to boil.
- Add half of coconut milk, wait to boil and simmer for few minutes.
- Put the taro root, sweet potatoes and bananas. Let it boil and simmer for few minutes until they are almost cooked.
- Add the glutinous rice balls, sugar and pour the remaining coconut milk. Cook for 5-7 minutes.
- Put in the tapioca pearls and simmer for about one to two minutes.
- Turn off the stove.
- Serve hot or cold.
You may now enjoy your homemade Ginataang Halo-halo anytime of the day or whenever you feel like eating this. You don’t need to go somewhere to have a taste of this, but rather you can have it at your own convenience at HOME.
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