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Green Soya Porridge

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Do not put off by the title, actually it is a very tasty dessert that combined ice and porridge together. I like this so much since I was still a little kid.

Green Soya or Mung beans are commonly used in Chinese cuisine, as well as in Japan, Korea, India, Thailand and Southeast Asia.

Now it is made into a dessert snack called Green Soya Porridge, which has the consistency of porridge. The beans are cooked with sugar, coconut milk, and a little ginger. Green soy has a lot of Carbohydrates and Protein.

Green Soya Porridge is a sweet dish, perfect for your dessert. I love it! It's a healthy yet very tasty. Here is how to make it:


Green Soya Porridge




Category : Dessert

Difficulty : Easy

Cooking time : 60 minutes - more



- 250 gram green soy beans

- 750 ml water

- 300 ml coconut milk ( you can substitute it with fresh milk )

- 100 gram white sugar

- 50 gram brown sugar (optional)

- 1/2 teaspoon salt

- 1 teaspoon vanilla sugar

- 1 pandan leaf, cut smaller (optional)


Coconut Sauce

- 200 ml thick coconut milk

- 2 cm ginger, crushed

- a pinch of salt



1. Clean the green soy beans. Then cook it with water until it’s really tender (like porridge). It is necessary to add more water if it's not soft yet. And stirring it well while cooking.

2. When the green soya is already tender, add coconut milk, vanilla sugar then pandan leaf. By the time the coconut milk is half left, add the sugars (white and brown) and salt. Keep stirring it so it won't burn.

3. Cook until it's thick like porridge.

4. Make the coconut sauce by boiling all the ingredients.

5. Serve the green soya porridge with the coconut sauce on top.



Add it with a few ice cubes also sweet condensed milk and VOILA! It has magically transformed into a cold and tastier dessert! Try it! ;)


That's it. Don't worry, it is perfectly halal so don't hesitate to try it to get a variation in your menu. It is not everyday you see tasty dessert which is also healthy like this. I hope it can enrich your culinary knowledge :)


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