Fruit Dessert – Kolak – Payasam – Indonesian Dessert – Jackfruit Recipe –


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Fruit Dessert – Kolak – Payasam – Indonesian Dessert – Jackfruit Recipe –

Kolak is a fruit based dessert popular in Indonesia during the month of Ramadan. Traditional kolaks are made with banana, jackfruit, coconut milk, palm sugar and pandanus leaves. Our kolak recipe pretty much follows the same tradition except for pandanus leaves. It is not easily available to many and using it to demonstrate a recipe that cannot be enjoyed by many seemed pointless. We substituted pandanus with the easily available bay leaf and added a few slivers of ginger to induce some warmth.

We prefer serving kolak at room temperature or cold, but if it is not your thing, enjoy it the way you prefer. Our kolak recipe will yield 4 servings, with 383 kilocalories in each.

For detailed measurements & instructions, visit: http://hissingcooker.com/kolak-recipe/

Facts

Bananas are rich in potassium. Potassium is essential to maintain healthy nerve and muscle function. It also helps maintain a healthy fluid balance in the body.

Jackfruit is a good source of vitamin antioxidants. These vitamin antioxidants offer protection from some types of cancer, ageing and degenerative disease.

Sweet Potato contains good levels of magnesium. Magnesium is a relaxation and anti-stress mineral.

Coconut milk is a rich source of vitamins B, C and E. Vitamin C and E help maintain a strong immune system.

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