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Food and Recipe Buko Pandan w/ Macapuno

Discussion in 'Lifestyle & Healthy Living' started by winona, Sep 18, 2015.

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    5 Young Buko/Coconut
    2 packs of Green Gelatin
    1 can (325gms) of Condensed Milk
    1 can (325gms) of Nestle Whip Cream
    Pandan Leaves or Pandan flavor Syrup
    1 bottle (250gms) of Macapuno

    1. On a caserole, boil 4 cups of water and add the Pandan Leaves or the pandan flavor syrup. When water is boiling pour the 2 packs of gelatin.
    2. Get a baking pan or any tupperware that is an inch thick and pour the cooked gelatin at least half inch thick and set aside to get cold .
    3. While waiting for the gelatin to get cold, open the buko and start grating it. Set aside the buko juice. (Put in fridge and you can drink it later on :) )
    4. By now the gelatin is cold and hard. Start slicing it by a spatula or a knife according to your desired size.
    5. Get a salad bowl and mix all ingredients together. Before you mix the Macapuno, make sure that you drained the juice. We don't want our Buko Pandan look like a soup.
    - Source:Kusinamaster
  2. My lola always make buko pandan with macapuno.
  3. Thanks for sharing :)
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