Ginataang Halo-Halo is a Pinoy traditional dish that is almost forgotten by the younger generation especially in the City. This is because of the popularity of Western fast foods that have proliferated everywhere.
When I was a kid I still remember this native merienda being served at birthday celebrations or any other special occasions in the province. Cooking this ginataang halo-halo at your home is fairly easy. Ingredients are easily available at both supermarkets and wet markets.
Here is how o cooked it.
2 cups fresh langka, jack fruit meat, cut to pieces
2 large size kamote, sweet potato, cut into cubes
6 saba bananas, cut crosswise into pieces
6 medium size gabi, taro root, cut into cubes
250 grams ube, yam, cut into cubes
1 1/2 cup sago, tapioca balls, boiled
1 bowl bilo-bilo from 2 cups galapong, rice flour balls
4 cups thick coconut milk
2 cups sugar
In a big sauce pan boil about 4 to 6 cups of water, add yam and taro root. Simmer for 10 to 15 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add sweet potato and banana, simmer for another 5 to 10 minutes. Add in jackfruit and simmer for another 5 to 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Now stir in the sugar until is it dissolve. Pour in the coconut milk, add the rice balls and tapioca balls. Cook over low heat, for another 5 to 10 minutes or until everything is tender but not mushy, stirring occasionally. Serve warm or cold.
See other Kakanin Merienda recipes:
Turon na Saging
Turon, Fried Banana Roll
Turon Tikoy and Fried Tikoy
Cheesy Maruya, Fried Banana with Cheese
Special Vigan Royal Bibingka
Vigan Royal Bibingka Recipe
Baked Biko Sapin Sapin Style
Biko na Pirurutong
Pirurutong na Biko with Coco Jam, Suman na Pirurutong
Champorado with Pinipig and Pandan Milk
Baked Leche Flan
In Ilocano. Tambo Tambong. Hehe.ReplyDelete
Yes I almost forget, Guinataang bilo-bilo is tambo tambong in Ilocano... Thanks anonymous.ReplyDelete
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Salamat adel, I have once tasted binignit sarap talaga...ReplyDelete
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yummmy, i want to eat this when its rainingReplyDelete
I super love this!! also guinataang bilo-bilo :D comfort food... and I like eating it chilled. yummy!ReplyDelete
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haven't tried cooking this myself...sarap..kakamis...napakahelpful tlaga nitong site na to especially sa mga ngtatrabaho dito sa abroad.ReplyDelete
hi...this is my first time on your website and i wanted to try this recipe. I've been looking for this recipe for a while and finally found the right one. Anyway, how do i print this recipe?ReplyDelete
hi!thanks for the recepi but i dont know how to make galapong.pls teach me.ReplyDelete
thanks for this...in ibanag "pinataro"...yummy... ---tinaReplyDelete
I read from somewhere that you can make galapong by simply mixing glutinous rice flour and water, I have not tried it but may be i could make one soon.
thanks for the info.
about galapong. that's exactly how you make it. just slowly add water to the glutenous rice "giniling na pilit" as we call it, enough for it to clump up...... ching.. binignit..ReplyDelete
agree, this site has been very helpful... more recipes to come pls. thanksReplyDelete