Here’s a very simple Khmer dessert. This is usually also given as free dessert when you dine in Khmer restaurants and I think I’ve seen this also in Thailand or something similar. Its easy to make and I like making it coz it makes the kiddo eat pumpkin which she loathes with passion when you cook it any other way.
Sometimes I also substitute the pumpkin with banana, taro or mix it all together. And it can be served hot or chilled or with ice cubes. I prefer mine with lots of ice cubes.
It actually reminds me a lot of Filipino ginataan but this one is a lot simpler, easier to make and a lot less sweeter too.
And I kinda like this close up photo. Hahaha I can’t help but drool lol!
A Food Trip Friday entry.