PUMPKIN IN COCONUT MILK AND BROWN SUGAR

It is autumn, time to get comfort and snuggly, for me that is mean pumpkin season and eating comfort food, endless of it.

Specially this dessert are very closed to my heart, remind me of my warm childhood home, in rainy season my mom would made this kind of comfort, and abundant of hug.

It is pretty easy to make, just throw everything in and then wait the pumpkin to get soften, when it get soften mean ready to serve. I usually enjoy this warm dessert for breakfast, yup dessert for breakfast as it comforting and warming my soul.

Hands up who want get comfort, let’s cooked

PUMPKIN IN COCONUT MILK AND BROWN SUGAR

INGREDIENTS

  • 500 gram peeled pumpkin, cube it into bite size
  • 800ml light coconut milk
  • 1/2 cup unrefined sugar
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • Pinch of sea salt
  • 2 pandan leaves (don’t have it? replace it with 1 tbs vanilla extract)

HOW TO

  1. In big size pot and medium size heat, bring everything in, cooked until the pumpkin getting soft.
  2. Take out from the heat and ready to served.
  3. Super easy.

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