Choco Butternut Palitaw Balls Negosyo Recipe is another variation of the famous Choco Butternut. This time we created chocolate Palitaw balls with milk-chocolate filling. This dessert is deliciously sweet and chewy. You can also make it into a business, we included here the ingredients costings and suggested retail price.
Keyword: Filipino Desserts, Negosyo Recipe
Author: Ed Joven
Choco Rice Dough:
2cupsGlutinous Rice Flour
¼cupUnsweetened Cocoa Powder
5drops Food Color Gel
You also Need:
241oz. Paper Liners
8medium Clear View Pastry Container
In a bowl, combine all butternut coating ingredients except for the food coloring and mix until well combined.
Add drops of orange food coloring gradually and mix until well blended. Set aside until needed.
In a separate bowl, combine sifted glutinous rice flour and unsweetened cocoa powder and mix.
Add how water, mix until it forms a dough and knead until soft.
Scoop one tablespoon of palitaw dough and make a ball and flatten, put small chopped milk chocolate in the center and pinch the dough to seal.
Roll to form a ball and repeat the process until your palitaw dough is used.
In a deep casserole, bring 1.5 liters of water into a boil over medium heat.
When the water starts to boil, drop palitaw balls in boiling water and cook for about 5-7 minutes.
Don’t overcrowd your casserole, palitaw floats and expands when it’s cooked.
Drain excess water and roll palitaw in prepared butternut coating and arrange on a plate or paper liners.