Ginataang Halo-halo for Dessert or Merienda Treat

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Ginataang halo-halo is a sweet Filipino dish that could be served as a dessert or a mid-afternoon merienda treat for the family and friends. It is so easy to cook and can last for a matter of days as long as it is refrigerated. I like eating it cold than hot.

½ kilo Galapong (Rice flour mixed with water) rounded into marble size small balls
Camote (sweet potatoes), 5 pcs. peeled and cubed
Ripe Langka (jackfruit) shredded
Saba bananas, 5-10 bananas, peeled and cut it round about 2cm thick
Gabi (taro), 2 pcs. peeled and cubed
Pure Coconut milk, 2-3 big coconuts
4 cups water
½ kilo Washed Sugar, or more according to preferred sweetness
In a deep casserole mix the coconut milk and water, then put into boil, stirring once in a while to prevent the coconut milk to curd. Simmer for another 10 minutes upon reaching its boiling point. Add the bananas, gabi, camote and rice balls (galapong). Simmer for another 15 minutes or more until the ingredients are cooked. Add the washed sugar, add more if you like it sweeter. Stir. Simmer for a few more minutes, then it’s ready to be served 🙂

3 thoughts on “Ginataang Halo-halo for Dessert or Merienda Treat”

  1. binignit ang tawag sa amin dito sa Cebu, staple food pag Byernes Santo 🙂 But we don’t have the galapong balls, rather we have ‘landang’ 🙂

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