mercredi, avril 05, 2006

Ginatang Kamote at saging (Patate douce et Plantain au créme de coco)

Sweet potato and plantain banana in coconut cream

1 piece medium sweet potato (cubed)
2 pieces plantain banana or saba ripe (cubed)
1 can coconut cream
3 tbsp. of sugar
Jackfruit if availabale..i have a pocket of dried one bought from Paris last February which is made from Vietnam....taste very good and crunchy. I added some pieces to my ginatan.. and it gives a mild flavor and smell of jackfruit.. tasty.. yummmm

Boil slowly the coconut cream with sugar.. add little water if too thick. Then add the sweet potato and plantain banana..and the jackfruit.. simmer till soft. I personnally like eating them warm not hot nor cold.. but anyway is possible.

9 commentaires:

Theoretical Cook a dit…

Ive always wanted to make guinataan/binignit. This is such a creative rendition of the guinataan or binignit.

sha a dit…

thanks for the call
a pleasure been so busy
le bateaux has no cook
so i do so much work

miss gata hmmmm

relly a dit…

wow, moving bateaux aykkk! malulula ako.. were you able to take pictures of the food you preparing.
you got lovely voice on the phone.. bon courage sa work..
me too really busy though still calm.. maybe this week end will be more busy.. actually this is my third year sa business.. i am glad some client came back! still wish to develop locals around!

penglobe a dit…

que voila une recette exotique comme je les aime!

relly a dit…

T'as deja gouter penglobe?

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KaiVegan a dit…

I made ginataan for the first time this week. Can you believe that, after all these years of eating it!
We've had Crisp Bits banana chips. They're okay and I'm sure the langka is even better.

colette a dit…

J'aime beaucoup.