A Halloween Treat - Buko Pandan

Bwahahahhahaha. It’s Halloween once again and below is my idea of a goolishly delicious treat. It’s actually called (Buko Pandan) or as Trish called it Green Grass Jelly & Young Coconut Cream Salad.



This dessert is popular at all Filipino gatherings and like all Filipino desserts, it is really rich and sweet.


So here is Mama Eugenio’s version of Buko Pandan

Buko Pandan

Ingredients
2 cans of green grass jelly
2 cans of coconut gel (Nata De Coco)
1 can of sugar palm seed (Kaong)
600ml thickened cream
1 can of condensed milk
2 bags of frozen young coconut meat
1 teaspoon of pandan flavouring


Method

1. Drain the coconut gel, sugar palm seeds and coconut.
2. Slice the grass jelly into small cubes and put it into a large deep serving bowl.
3. Add the coconut gel, sugar palm seed and coconut to the grass jelly.
4. Stir in the thickened cream, condensed milk and pandan flavouring.
5. Set aside in the fridge to chill for at least 30 minutes before serving.


Tips:

-       - Once the Buko Pandan chills the flavour changes so buy 2 cans of condensed milk as you may need to add a little bit more. It really depends on how sweet you want it.
-       - If you cant find grass jelly, you can just make pandan flavoured jelly using agar agar, sugar and some pandan flavouring
-       - All the ingredients are available at all good Asian supermarkets.

Happy Halloween Everyone, I hope you all have a devilishly good time. Mwahahahahahha…

Trissa (October 27, 2010)  

Happy Halloween to
you too Kath! Buko pandan has always been one of my favourite
Filo treat but haven't made it yet. Thanks for sharing this with us. Tell your Mom am loving her recipe!

chocolatesuze (October 27, 2010)  

i love the cauldrons! and mmm pandan makes me happy :D

Fiona (October 27, 2010)  

Those pots are too cute :)

Emma @CakeMIstress (October 27, 2010)  

The green jelly looks so cool in the cauldrons! Great idea for Halloween.

Conor @ Hold the Beef (October 28, 2010)  

The photos are scary (I'm no good with spiders, even fake ones) but I still keep staring... have never tried this but I think I'd wade through spiders to get so some now, sounds awesome.

Karen @ Citrus and Candy (October 28, 2010)  

Zomg, those cauldrons are to die for! And what a perfect dessert to serve it with. I love green food :)

Joudie's Mood Food (October 28, 2010)  

What a great ideea for halloween. I love love love the little pots with the green. Looks so cute

Stephcookie (October 28, 2010)  

Hahaha that is so awesome! I love those little cauldrons and the green from the pandan is so great for Halloween!

OohLookBel (October 28, 2010)  

Hehe, it's the martian jelly! Your presentation is too cute =)

Ellie (Almost Bourdain) (October 28, 2010)  

Great dessert for Halloween. So timely! Loving all these Filipino delicacies.

Caroline (October 28, 2010)  

I haven't had buko pandan in years. It look so cute in your cauldron. Happy Halloween!

Maria @ Scandi Foodie (October 29, 2010)  

They look adorable Katherine! I've never tried these, but sounds interesting and delicious!

Susan: My Food Obsession (October 29, 2010)  

This looks really unusual. I love the cauldron - awesome Halloween dish :)

Joy (October 30, 2010)  

Those are very cute. I love buko pandan.

pigpigscorner (November 01, 2010)  

Love the idea! Such cute little cauldrons!

Cooking Gallery (November 01, 2010)  

How cute! I love your mini cauldrons too :)!

cusinera (November 03, 2010)  

I haven't tried making buko pandan yet...but it looks really yummy and the colours really suits Halloween=)

jbjose (January 18, 2011)  

Thanks for recipe. Where can one buy these ingredients? Any places in the CBD?

Great pics too!

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