Bubur Cha Cha

Also called “Bubor Cha-cheir” by the Peranakans in our region, Bubur Cha Cha is popular dessert in our region which many of us grew up eating. An assortment of root vegetables like taro and sweet potatoes cooked in coconut milk, it is a dessert that is symbolic of riches and abundance, including the sago balls reminds one of pearls while our homemade “sagu gunting” tapioca jelly cubes look like glimmering pieces of rubes, emerald and sapphire after cooking. Add a dollop of fresh durian pulp for that extra oomph!
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15 pax portions for SGD 60. Kindly note that orders for this dessert does not come with durian.

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