Inspiration Menu Iftar From Philippines: How To Make Simple BUKO PANDAN Recipe – After a day of fasting, the most delicious iftar with fresh, sweet cold drinks. Such as young coconut ice, ice-milk, ice-creams or ice-Campur are sure to instantly eliminate thirst.
For those of you who have never heard of Buko Pandan, this culinary is one of the typical popular dessert in the Philippines. The name Buko Pandan itself actually means young coconut pandan, where buko mean young coconut. Desserts that are identical to green are usually served cold or frozen and made from young coconut and pandan leaves. This is a fast food!
Well from the curious, following recipes and how to make a Buko Pandan dessert.
BUKO PANDAN Recipe
- 1 1/2 cup young coconut strips Buko
- 5 ounces condensed milk
- 8 ounces Table cream or all-purpose cream
- 3 ounces powdered gelatin
- 1 1/4 cups water
- 6 drops Buko Pandan flavoring
- 2 scoops vanilla ice cream optional
- 1/2 cup small tapioca pearls cooked (optional)
Combine water and powdered gelatin then stir using a spoon.
Add Buko Pandan flavoring then stir until everything is evenly distributed.
Heat a saucepan and pour-in the mixture. Bring to a boil while continuously stirring.
Turn off the heat and transfer the mixture to a mold. Allow the temperature to cool. The texture of the mixture should be firm once cooled. You may also place this inside the refrigerator for faster results (allow the temperature to go down before putting-in the refrigerator).
Combine condensed milk, table cream, tapioca pearls, and young coconut then mix well. Allow the texture to thicken by chilling in the refrigerator or freezer for a few hours.
Slice the firm gelatin into 1 inch cubes then combine with the condensed milk-cream-young coconut-tapioca mixture.
Transfer to individual serving platters or cups then top with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream.Serve for dessert. Share and enjoy!