January 21, 2010

sweetened root crops


I thought of cooking a dessert made of purplish taro root after I saw that I could put some ice on it and eat it cold. I usually eat this dessert on warm so, I decided to try it out. I was in the middle on my journey on making it, but then it turned out that the liquid (a little water part from boiling the taro root and a can of 400 mL coconut milk) was more than what was for the content. So I twist it into sweetened root crops. I add another taro root, potato, yellow squash, a can of jack fruit (more than the size of the coconut milk, and of course more granulated/white sugar. What I did was stopped the stove and peeled the root crops and boiled until half cook then put it into the stopped cook supposedly-sweetened taro root. By the way, I cut the jack fruits from the can into thin strips. To continue, I then together put the strips of jack fruits into the mixed root crops. After that, add sugar and boiled again. And done!
I tell you I made 6 servings! Yep, and because DH don't like to eat root crops, I was only the one devouring it. It was good for days of consumption for me. It was okay because it is good if it is cold. I put ice on it and it is yumm-o! By the way, I also called this as "root crops in coconut milk or not-so-binignit"

16 Comments:

  1. aiesalas said...
    sarap naman nyan :D
    *MrsMartinez* said...
    ginataan! I miss it! xoxo
    Cacai M. said...
    Thank you mga gwapa.. oo nga masarap kaya ito.. I miss it kaya 'yon madami ang ginawa.. :)
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    analou said...
    Kalame sa imong binignit Baje. Bitaw you can eat it cold or hot. Pagbantay lang sa hot kay mapaso imong dila ug pagbantay sab sa cold kay mo-ok-ok imong dila...heheheheheh. Maybe you can send a bowl of your binignit to me tomorrow. Have a nice weekend Baje.
    Cacai M. said...
    nakz! nyahahah.. ka-nyahahah.. ka-nice ba sa imong words baje.. ning-rhyme mn... heheh.. thanks.. :-)
    Nedekcir said...
    Hmm, ginataang halo-halo is the best. I put some glutenous powder rice balls with mine when I made some.

    Happy weekend and thanks for the drop.
    zuveena said...
    kakaloka nman mga pagkain mo dyan...huhuhuhuhuhu!!!
    Cacai M. said...
    oo nga Nedekcir, mas maganda pag may rice balls o 'yong sago, tsaka banana plantain, ang iba nilagyan na'ng anise.. yumm-o! :) Thanks too.. and Zuveena.. hehehe.. :)
    Lulu said...
    agoy binignit hehehe di ko ganahan naa langka... matud pa ni dave jackfruit smells like feet lol
    Cacai M. said...
    really? nyahahah.. well, that's you but not me.. lol.. ipadaplin nlng ang nangka.. ihatag sa ako pag mag-uban ta og kaon.. hehehe.. :)
    Melanie said...
    lam mo favorite yan ng asawa ko..kaso di ako marunong magluto nyan.
    GAGAY said...
    ate cai..panghatag binignit!hehehe!!! dinuldog ang tawag ana diri sa dumaguete..heheh!!


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    josie said...
    ay naku nagutom tuloy ako, hmp makapagluto nga din, yan kasi pinaka favorite kong meryenda eh, kaya lang mejo tamad magluto hehehe
    kat said...
    mura man binignit nga bugnaw hahaha
    chubskulit said...
    sarap ng ginataan mo dyan madam sis.. favorite ko yan pagka may langka

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