November 9, 2011

Bubur ChaCha

My son had been bugging me to make desserts. He found this recipe in the internet from some blog and last weekend we went and bought all those ingredients and manage to cooked it that day itself. We all love eating bubur cha cha but normally we get it from shops. Too many things to cut and wash but since he promise to help, I finally get to cook it for the very first time.

It is easy to cook but too many ingredients to prepare. Ingredients are

Yam - cut into bite size or any shape you like - steam for 5 minutes
Sweet potatoes (2 different colors) - cut into bite size or any shape you like - steam for 5 minutes
Sago - boil in water till translucent then set aside
Cendol - I bought the ready made from the supermarket (optional)
Banana - cut slices and boil in water with a table spoon of sugar for 5 minutes and set aside
Coconut milk - amount depending on how much ingredients you are using

Boil some water and sugar in a pot. Once sugar dissolved, add coconut milk. Once it began to boil add in the rest of the ingredients and serve. It taste nice hot or cold. I did add a bit of cornstarch that had been dissolved in water, to thicken it and it is smoother this way.

Thanks for reading. Give this a try. Right after my sons and hubby had their first bowl, they already asked when would be the next time that I will be making this again. It is tastier than those from the shops. I am drooling already. Guess I will be having this dessert very soon.


5 comments:

Cee said...

I am so amazed each time you share what's on your table—the more I see them, the more I am convinced that Malaysian cuisine bears strong resemblance to Filipino cuisine.

We call that Ginataang Halo-Halo here. But we usually have it as snack rather than dessert for it's heavy. That is my mom's favorite! It tastes more delicious when you put Jackfruit.

Just curious, what is the color orange thing?

Aries said...

The orange color is the orange sweet potato. I added yellow sweet potato too. Next time I should add Jackfruit. Actually most Asian cuisine are almost alike, just the name is different.

Don't unplug your hub said...

That looks tasty, and healthy. Much nicer than my efforts. The only ingredient I recognise is banana.

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

It is good that your family likes what you cook for them:)

Aries said...

Hi! thanks for visiting

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