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How to Make Guinataang Halo Halo

Ginataang Halo Halo Recipe
Ingredients: 6 to 8 Serving
2 coconuts
2 cups cubed gabi
2 cups cube ube
2 cups cube camote
½ cup sago
2 cups galapong (ground glutinous rice)
4 – 5 saba bananas, cut itno 1 rounds
2 cups sliced langka
1 cup sugar, or to taste

  • Grate coconut meat. Add about ½ cup water to grated coconut meat and squeeze out about 1 cup milk from the grated coconut. Strain the milk and set aside. This makes the thick coconut milk.
  • Pour additional water into coconut meat and squeeze out more of the milk to make 5 cups of liquid. Strain this liquid into stockpot.
  • Bring liquid to a boil. Add the gabi, ube, camote and sago. Bring back to a boil then lower heat to simmer. Continue simmering until gabi, ube, camote and sago are almost tender. Stir often to prevent ingredients from sticking to the bottom of the pot.
  • With lightly oiled hands, shape galapong into 1 inch sized balls. Drop balls one by one into the simmering liquid.
  • Stir in bananas and langka. Simmer until fruits are almost tender, about 10 minutes.
  • Blend in sugar and the reserved 1 cup thick coconut milk. Continue simmering until ingredients are tender but still firm and the liquid has thickened, about 5 more minutes.
  • Leet cool a frew minutes before serving. Do not cover pot until guinataan is completely cool to prevent spoilage.
Note: the proprtions of the ingredients are just a guide. You may use more or less of each ingredients, depending on your personal preference. End.

How to Make Guinataang Halo Halo

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