Halo-Halo And Other Filipino Desserts

Since I was a child, Halo-halo has been my favorite summer treat (actually not merely for summer but also for the entire year!). The sweet taste of its fixings topped with ice cream creamy or leche flan only makes everyone seeing it crave for it. So, what's with this halo-halo that makes us Filipinos like it? Everybody knows that ice cream is a wonderful treat and joining and (of course) plenty of ice, who would not love it right? The following amazing thing about it is the mix of other fixings along with many fantastic fruits inside. Well, all of these ingredients in just one clear glass, who'd say no? And one great thing about it's that there isn't any limit about what you need to add, so long as you think that it tastes good, go, add it! One other neat thing about halo halo is the ice. This treat would actually fulfill your cravings for a summer dessert that is cold Thus, now that we know what makes halo halo a Filipino favorite, why don't we strive to do one? So, how do we prepare our favorite halo halo?

Halo-halo , as what its name mean is all about mixing different ingredients that all-in-all makes a dessert that is good tasting. So, here are your ingredients 1 mature large banana, 2 ripe mangoes or 1 cup canned ripe mango, 1 cup solid gelatin set into gel and cut into 1/2-inch blocks, 1 cup canned mature jackfruit, 1/2 cup sweet corn or chick peas (garbanzos), 1 cup young shredded coconut, fresh or canned, 1 cup cooked sweet yams or (ube halaya) glutinous purple yam, cut into 1-inch cubes, 2 cup shaved ice, 2 cup milk, 4 scoops of favourite ice cream, 1/2 cup chopped peanuts or rice crispies, and if accessible leche flan. So, here 's how it's done, first, peel the mangoes and slice its meat in 1/2 inch blocks, discard the seed. Now, prepare tall glasses from where your halo-halo will likely be set, and divide the ingredients into parts that are equal, depending on the number of tall glasses you've prepared. In each glass, location 1/4 of each ingredient. Adding the ingredients layer by layer, starting from the legumes, to the fruits such as jackfruit, and gelatin, for it to possess a good and appealing demo. Pour of 1/4 cup on top of the shaved ice. Then place Ice cream and leche flan or ube. And that's how you do your very own halo halo.

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