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Monday, April 30, 2012

Ginataang Mais - Sweet Corn with Coconut Milk Recipe


Ginataang Mais or Sweet Corn with Coconut Milk is one of a kind Filipino dessert recipe that is usually served as a snack or merienda. Ginataang Mais, as the name of the food and recipe implies it, mainly consists of a combination of corn (mais) and coconut milk (gata).

Ginataang Mais (Sweet Corn and Rice Pudding with Coconut Milk)
Ginataang Mais (Sweet Corn and Rice Pudding with Coconut Milk) Image Credits: Art Of Dessert

Ginataang Mais Recipe Ingredients:

* 1 medium can sweet corn
* 1 can coconut milk
* 3/4 cup glutinous rice or malagkit
* 1/2 cup ripe langka or jackfruit strips (optional but highly suggested)
* 1 cup sugar
* 6 cups water


Ginataang Mais Cooking Instructions:

1). Add enough water and glutinous rice in a pot. Simmer to boil until rice is tender. Stir occasionally to avoid sticking on the pan.

2). Pour in the coconut milk and let it boil.

3). Add langka (jackfruit strips) and sweet kernel corn. Season with sugar according to taste.

4). Simmer for 7-10 minutes or until corn is mushy.

5). Add water if necessary. Adjust sweetness by adding more sugar.

Ginataang mais can be serve as a hot or cold dish. Enjoy.!

8 comments:

Joy Calipes-Felizardo said...

Yum! One of my fave meryenda! Thanks for adding my link. Had yours added already to my blog!

Pinoy Chocophile said...

Nanay is from Bicol and this meryenda/kakanin is something that she cooks with perfection... missing ginataang mais and using authentic kakang gata or coconut milk from kinudkod na niyog heheheh...

Raine Pal said...

I really love to eat like this but I am allergic to it. *sigh*

MaryJane Tauyan said...

will totally try to do this tomorrow! i have jackfruits here! tamang tama!

Chef Jasper said...

Perfect for this cold and freezing weather. Same goes for dessert.

Ness said...

Hmmm.. Im not really fond of this merienda. Not sure, but I not used to eating corn other than its grilled or boiled -- on its cob. Haha!

Justin | Hari ng Lakbay said...

I love Ginataang mais lalo na kung may LANGKA! The Best talaga ang pagkaing Pinoy. :)

Maritel Ledesma said...

I have never tried this before. I will get our cook to do this next weekend :)

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