A tired stressful day can be washed out with this refreshing sweet dessert.
Grated buko meat
Nata de coco
1. Mix gulaman in water with sugar and pandan leaves.
2. Bring to boil then taste until you reached the desired sweetness.
3. Remove the pandan leaves then simmer for few minutes, set aside to cool.
4. Cut the cooled solid gulaman into cubes.
5. Now mix the buko meat, cubed gulaman, nata de coco, kaong, nestle cream, condensed milk and cheese bits.
6. Put in a container then freeze. Serve when chilled.
If Koreans have their all time traditional kimchi, the Pinoy family also have this sweet and sour healthy mixed of different spices freshly joined to combine with any fried food.
Grated fresh green papaya
Carrot, peeled and slice
Red bell pepper, sliced into long strips
Fresh ginger root, peeled and sliced
Browm or white sugar
1. Squeeze well the grated green papaya to remove the juice, then set aside.
2. Mix and boil water, vinegar, and sugar. Make sure that you make the right estimates of the sweet and sour taste mixture.
3. Put all the ingredients then turn off the fire.
4. Now add the squeezed grated papaya then mix well.
5. Make sure all the ingredients are submerged in the mixture.
6. Put in a container then refrigerate. Serve.