This is the most delicious thing I have eaten while here. I had it while visiting one of the shelters for trafficked children. Beyond the taste, think of all the additional nutrients the dessert gives you!
Most of Cambodian desserts are usually made from our garden. This sweet treat is inexpensive and is very delicious.
- 2 Cups cooked pumpkin.
- 1 Cups cooked Jam. ( or Sweet potato)
- 1 Cups cooked Cassava ( yucca)
- 1 Cups cooked Taro root.
- 1 ½ Cup sugar.
- 1 Cup coconut milk.
- ½ Teaspoon salt.
- ½ Teaspoon vanilla.
- 1 pack 3.5 oz dried tapioca. Soaked in hot water till soft. Drained.
- ¼ Cup unsalted roast peanut. Crushed.
Using a non-stick pot. Put cooked pumpkin, cassava, jam, tarot and tapioca in the pot. Pour coconut milk and cook in medium heat.Stirs well. When tapioca cooked, add sugar, salt and vanilla. Serve hot or warm with crushed peanut on top. NOTE:
The pumpkin, jam, taro root and cassava (yucca) in this recipe, were peeled, cubes and pumpkin seeds were removed before measured
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