July 10, 2011

Hello folks, how are you? I hope you are in the best of health and everything. Whatever it is, I hope you all the best in everything you do! Now, am sharing to you my kitchen journey. What I cooked and the ingredients of my sweetened root crops (or binignit in visayan dialect in Philippines or bilo-bilo in tagalog/Filipino language) this time. I said that because it depends on you root crops you want (or available) to mix with coconut milk, sugar, sago/tapioca pearls, fruits like jack-fruit and young coconut along with the water to soften the ingredients.

Below in the left image shows the ingredients I put on my sweetened root crops. Those were: yucca root, sweet potato, taro roots, jack-fruit, white tapioca pearls, brown sugar and of course the milk and water to soften the root crops. And on the right image below is the outcome or the about-done sweetened root crops in a pot. This recipe by the way taste sweet.
Then image below shows the about-done recipe (sweetened root crops mixed) in a pan over the stove fresh from my kitchen. Ah, kitchen journey! (Click images to enlarge)

Now am craving for this! Happy eating there!


  1. Mel Avila Alarilla said...
    Masarap talaga ang guinataan lalo na kung may langka. Thanks for the post. God bless you always.
    Cacai M. said...
    Oo nga Kuya Mel. And you're welcome. Thanks for dropping-by. :)
    Sam D. said...
    Nakakatakam naman yan Cai. I can't remember anymore when the last time I’ve eaten ginatan :-)
    anney said...
    Di ko pa na try mag add ng couscous sa ginatan. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

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