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Today I am treating you to one of Puerto Rico's favorite desserts. Children love it because once molded it trembles-jiggles (temblar means to tremble and this is how it got its name). I love it because it's easy, sweet and delicioso.
It reminds me of my childhood when our nanny would make it for us and she would let me sit in a corner making sure I scraped the pot clean of all leftover pudding. Sweet memories. I still scrape the pot... old habits never die.
4 cups of coconut milk
½ cup sugar
½ cup corn starch
1 stick cinnamon
¼ teaspoon salt
garnish: ground cinnamon, cinnamon stick, toasted coconut
In a sauce pan mix dry ingredients and cinnamon stick. Over medium heat whisk the milk making sure scraping sides to have a smooth texture. Continue to cook using your whisk until thick. Pour into molds or a bundt pan. Place in refrigerator and let set for at least and hour or more depending on the mold you use.
Serve and garnish.
GRACIAS POR SU VISITA!
(Thank you for your visit!)
Other recipes by Norma:
Arroz con Gandules y Chorizo
Carne Guisada (Beef Stew)
Carne Mechada (Pot Roast)
Piñón (Puerto Rican Lasagna)
Frijoles Negros (Black Beans)
Surullitos de Maiz and Bacalaitos Fritos
Piña Colada Flan
Barriguitas de Vieja Dough Puffs
Supercharged Coquito - with Bacardi 151
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