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How to make: Buko (coconut) pandan dessert

Connie Veneracion

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25 Responses

  1. u8mypinkcookies says:

    ooooh yummy!!

  2. nina says:

    nice presentation! usually kinakayod ang buco into strips :)

  3. marie says:

    hi,if using unflavored gelatin, what is the proportion? how many cups of water for every tablespoon of gelatin? how many teaspoon of pandan flavor should i add? thanks

    • beth sanchez says:

      hi connie!!! instead of using water for d gelatin,try using buko juice and a little sugar plus d pandan leaves.d gelatin will taste better.

  4. Erica says:

    hmmm,Yung sabaw ba ng buko pandan magkukulay green? Or kulay gatas na talaga sya?

  5. Mrs. Kolca says:

    I really thought agar-agar bars and gelatin powder are the same and all coming from seaweeds. Thanks for this post. I have to choose the agar-agar bars from now on. I think they’re healthier.

  6. babes says:

    hello, Connie.. i have buko here given by a friend, and i got pandan leaves sa garden. i want to make good use of them.. but i cant find a recipe that makes full use of the natural.. I read your post about this…hmm.. all i got at the cupboard are unflavored gelatin powder.. now how do i go from here?? and un pandan water po, how many leaves and how many water needed?? many thanks. i hope i can get to make this one! Thanks for sharing. God bless!

  7. May mga shake po ba kayo na ang main engridents is buko

  8. Connie says:

    It’s already stated.

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