(from Tagalog halo, "mix") is a popular Filipino dessert that is a mixture of shaved ice, milk, and sugar, to which is added various sweet beans and fruits, and generally served cold in a tall glass.
There is no specific recipe for this dessert, and a wide variety of ingredients are used. The order in which the ingredients are added varies widely, but generally it is mixed together prior to serving. Primary ingredients include red mungo beans, kidney beans, garbanzo beans, sugar palm fruit (kaong), coconut sport (macapuno),
. Other components may include jackfruit (langka), star apple, tapioca
or sago, nata de coco, purple yam (ube)
or sweet potato (kamote), sweetened corn kernels
or pounded crushed rice (pinipig), flan
Other fruits, such as papayas, avocados, kiwifruit,
, may also be added. Some preparations also include ice cream
on top of the halo-halo.
Generally, condensed milk or evaporated milk is used instead of fresh milk, due to the tropical climate of the Philippines.
--taken from wikipedia.org
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