“Ginataang halu-halo” is a Filipino food that is made from a variety of root crops with coconut milk and sugar. It is eaten during “merienda” or afternoon snack.
Here are what you need in cooking “ginataang halu-halo”:
- saging na saba
- yam (ube)
- sweet potato (kamote)
- pearl (sago)
- sugar (asukal)
- coconut milk
Below is the procedure to follow when cooking “ginataang halu-halo”:
- Peel all root crops and banana. Then, cut them.
- Put water and coconut milk in a pot and bring them to boil.
- Add the sweet potato and yam.
- Add “saging na saba” later.
- Add pearl (Note: Boil pearl separately and mix with the other ingredients when it is already cooked).
- Add sugar to taste.
To know if it is already cooked, take a sample of each ingredient and bite them. When the ingredients are no longer hard, that means “ginataang halu-halo” is ready to be served.