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Tuesday, January 09, 2007

84. Bo Bo Cha Cha - My way!















I'm in the mood for all things creamy and coconut milky and since they don't make Bo Bo Cha Cha the way I like it elsewhere, I decided to make my very own!

I use freshly squeezed Coconut milk, pure cane Rock sugar (the yellow type), Yam, Indonesian sweet potato, Mini sago and Black-eyed beans. For fragrance, I threw in a bundle of fresh pandan leaves from my garden.

Wonderful! Serve hot, with a drizzle of first layer coconut milk and it'll be just so perfect for a cool rainy day! I especially like how the black-eyed beans are slightly crunchy - adds bite to the entire dish.

4 Comments:

Anonymous ken said...

hi, i stumbled into the site as i googled "gon lou mee" =.=

the pastries look really yummy!

just to say hi, and mmmmm... bo bo cha cha

Thu Jan 11, 10:06:00 PM  
Blogger maki ♥ squarepatch said...

mm it does look wonderfully yummy! :D

Sun Jan 14, 09:14:00 PM  
Blogger jacob said...

That looks beautiful! must try the recipe out someday soon.

Mon Jan 15, 12:22:00 AM  
Blogger Chris said...

Hey Ken, Thanks for visiting! Guess that makes me "google-able" don't it?

Yoz Maki/Squarepatch! Let's have a party with all the 'entrepreneurial" ladies!

Hi Jacob, yes, do try making bo bo cha cha with sago and the black-eyed beans! No regrets!

Tue Jan 16, 06:25:00 AM  

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