Oh! I love these two. They are both Filipino food and I can proudly say that they are really delicious! I couldn't find it here in Thailand. So when I went home last January, I bought these yummy goodies :P
Although, I could make some of these, I wanted to enjoy the eating :D (smiley)
Ginataang Halo-halo (Coconut with variety of ingredients like banana, cassava, sweet potato and sticky rice. Halo halo means mixed up in Filipino and ginataang from the word "gata" means coconut milk.
Turon is one of my many favorite snacks in the Philippines. It is made up of the "lumpiya wrapper", the ones we used to make a spring roll. And instead of meat as filling we put banana and a little of langka fruit to make it more delicious and has good smell. It is deep fried and added with brown sugar to make it sweeter.
Trip To Angkor Wat, November 2011
5 years ago