Minatamis na Bao or Coco Jam is a traditional sweetened coconut spread and dessert indigenous in the Philippines and other Southeast Asian countries. It is basically made from coconut milk and melted panutsa/ panocha (unrefined cane sugar) and oftentimes scented with pandan. Panutsa/ panocha is also known as jaggery. Coco jam is also called kaya or serikaya in Singapore and Malaysia, and sangkhaya in Thailand. The ingredients and cooking process are almost the same except the addition of eggs.
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