Today's Master Zhang Food Class taught a dessert from Southeast Asia - Momo. It’s ok to eat cold and eat hot. Malaysia - Bubur Cha Cha嚒嚒喳喳 is a dessert from Southeast Asia. It is made from healthy beans, whole grains and delicious coconut milk. It is smooth and smooth, and the "喳喳" comes from Malay. The meaning of Chinese is also said to be "one grain, one grain", and it is also said to mean "mixed fish", which means a mixed dessert.
Coconut sugar and water are cooked together.
Continue to cook for 2 minutes, filter spare
Chickpeas are soaked for 30 minutes.
Then burn a pot of water and add the pandan leaves and chickpeas.
Purple potato, red kidney beans, chickpeas cook together, cook for about 15 minutes, and naturally cool.
Bring a bowl of soup out of the bowl.
Add a spoonful of coconut water (increasing the sweetness to your liking).
Join the Yap.
Plus small sago.
Finally add a small amount of coconut milk.
This time added a few soft candy to increase the taste.
1) Ingredients can be added with bananas, or round, fruit, etc., also have eyebrows, black beans. 2) It is best to use Indonesian big coconut sugar, one roll and one roll. 3) Momo can eat cold and eat hot. 4) Pandan leaves, also known as the spotted leaves, is the soul of Southeast Asian cuisine, and is the same as the lemongrass (no fragrant orchid leaves). 5)Malaysia - Bubur Cha Cha嚒嚒喳喳 is a dessert from Southeast Asia. It is made from healthy beans, whole grains and delicious coconut juice. It is smooth and smooth, and the "喳喳" comes from Malay. The meaning of translating Chinese is also said to be “one grain, one grain”, and it is also meant to mean “mixed fish”, which means a mixed dessert.