Home Made Halo Halo Recipe oh well who would not want some ice cold dessert or meryenda if it's summer and the temperature can reach up to 35 degrees celcius?
Halo Halo is a dessert where different ingredients such as root crops, fruits, milk and sugar are put together, topped with ice and flan and consume during summer.
It is sold by neighbors who are entrepreneurs who wants to make some extra income specially during school holidays as most of the buyers are students.
Nowadays fast food have become mainstream and Halo Halo has improve and can now be ordered from Chowking and the best is from Razons.
If you haven't tried Razon's Halo Halo you are missing the best things in life when in the Philippines, they simply have the best but of course what can be better than the one you prepared at home?
I was delighted when I saw the episode in ABC (Australian Broadcasting Channel) where Filipino food as featured and Halo Halo was one of the highlights.
As a matter of fact Filipino Food was recognized in the United Stated last year as one of the top foods in the world as becoming popular.
If you love traveling you will noticed that our food is actually underrated and is nowhere to be found at any popular destinations.
Well Jollibee is becoming popular but that's not authentic Filipino cuisine as it is fast food and serves burger and Americanize food.
The main goal of this site it to prove the world that we have an awesome food and it is worth trying who may be interested to know our culture.
So here we are I hope you like and will be able to make this on your own which I think even a 3 year old kid will be able to do provided they are given the ingredients.
Halo Halo Recipe
The combination includes the ones you will see on the ingredients, mixed together and topped with shaved ice, evaporated milk, le chef lan, ice cream etc.
- sweet red beans
- sweet potato
- jack fruit
- nata de coco
- white sugar
- green gulaman
- sugar palm
- red gulaman
- sweetened banana
- leche flan
- shaved ice
- evaporated milk
- Prepare the ingredients on a table.
- Use a teaspoon and put each ingredients in a tall glass.
- Assuming you already shaved an ice enough to fit the glass, fill it until full.
- Pour a significant amount of evaporated milk on top of the shaved ice.
- Add a small portion of leche flan, ice cream, macapuno, jackfruit, and ube.