Monday, July 18, 2011

Sweet and Simple - Bubur Cha Cha

bubur cha cha
Dear Readers,

Assalamualaikum and hello to all.

What better way to end a good meal than with a sweet dish. However during fasting month Muslims break their fast with liquid, dates or fruits and a sweet dish.I am sharing with you a dessert called Bubur Cha Cha; an all sweet potatoes in coconut milk plus other treasures like corn,sago,yam/taro and ripe jack fruit. Of course the main ingredient is the 'tepung cha cha' or cha cha dough. It is made from simple coloured dried dough and. To use them we have to boil until they are soft but not too long. In northern Malay slang cha cha means a mixture of everything..and this sweet dish is certainly a mixture of everything.

Do try this simple sweet dish. As usual we can substitute coconut milk with milk or diluted cream or evaporated milk. It is alright if you couldn't get hold of "cha cha dough". The taste would still be awesome with sweet potatoes,corn,taro and sago or just plain sweet potatoes. Serve this sweet dish hot or cold as dessert or for your afternoon tea.

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Here's the recipe:

BUBUR CHA CHA

Ingredients:

5 cups coconut milk
1 cup sugar
1 tsp salt
1 pandan leaf
1 cup cha cha (boiled)
1 cup sweet potato of various colours (cut into cubes and boiled)
1 cup yam/taro (cubed and boiled)
1 cup fresh corn
1 cup jack fruit (optional)
1/2 cup sago (boiled; this is a thickening agent; can be substituted with corn flour)

Method:

1) Pour the coconut milk into a pot.Add in sugar,sweet potatoes,yam,corn,sago,jack fruit,salt and pandan leaf.
2) Under medium heat slowly stir the bubur cha cha mixture until boiling.
3) Remove from stove and serve.


I hope you will try this colourful and interesting sweet dish/dessert.

8 comments:

  1. salam..
    ermmm..bubur cha-cha
    kegemaran saya waktu berbuka..

    bab tukar nama tu bila sakit,
    alahai amalan orang dulu-dulu..
    ada lagi tak yang praktikkan?
    rasanya tak ada dah sekarang kan?

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  2. @zulkbo

    w/salam sahabat. Ya bubur sesuai buat berbuka.

    Cerita pun cerita lama.Tempat pun pendalaman.Jauh nak ke pekan. Sekarang ni sama ada perubatan medical,alternatif atau Islamik. Begitulah masa beredar dan kita semakin informed.sekali sekala toleh belakang dan mensyukuri pengalaman untuk sampai disini.

    Terima kasih sudi singgah.

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  3. Hi Umi,
    I am always hungry and thirsty everytime I visit your 'delicious' blog.
    I have not eat Bubur Cha-Cha for many years, it would be great for buka puasa (fast breaking).

    About Bites, it would be much better if we take preventive actions like frequently cleaning our surroundings. Thanks for the tips.

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  4. @Harry Nizam
    Hi Harry

    Lol hope that wont stop you coming here. Ramadhan usually make us want to eat dishes that we seldom have.
    I agree with you that prevention is best. Cleanliness should be a way of life.
    Thank you Harry for the visit and your kind comments

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  5. I am always happy to here Umi.

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  6. @Harry Nizam
    And I am always happy to see you here and to visit your site Harry.
    Allah bless you always my friend.

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  7. Bubur cha cha, my mom used to cook this for me but minus the corn.

    Thanks for the tips on mosquitoes bite....

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  8. @Pete
    Thanks Pete for the comment. I love corn in everything, porridge,puddings and fritters especially..and ice cream hehe
    Glad to see you here Pete.Thanks

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