Saturday, August 6, 2011

Dinuldog or Ginataang Halu-halo Recipe


1 can coconut milk or about 2 cups(divide into two portions:the other half will be mixed with water)
1/2 cup sweet rice
Sliced,ripe bananas
Sliced, sweet potatoes or camote
Bilo-bilo or sweet rice balls
Shreds of langka or jackfruit
2 cups Water
About a cup or more of Brown Sugar


Boil 2 cups of water and half of the coconut milk.

Add the sweet rice into the boiling water and stir to avoid forming lumps. Continue boiling for about 5 minutes until the rice is almost soft but not completely cooked.

Add the sugar, dissolve completely (add as much sugar you want). Then add the shreds of langka.If you are using the jackfruit in a can,you can add the syrup in it,too.

Next, put the sweet potatoes or camote, stir and simmer for at least 3 minutes.

Then, add the ripe bananas and then the bilo-bilo. stir again and let it simmer until the rice,bananas,camote, and bilo-bilo are cooked.You will know that the bilo-bilo's are cooked when it floats to the surface.Stir it from time to time to avoid scorching.

Lastly add the remaining coconut milk. Stir and let it boil.(If the consistency is too thick,add a bit of water)

Add a little salt to balance the sweetness.Just a pinch.



  1. i grew up with this food. its just sarap. really really very delicioso. :) the more authentic... the more delicious.


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