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Indonesian Kolak Pisang Recipe: Sweet Soup With Potato and Bana

Ingredients

2 litters water
250 grams jaggery
5 bananas
1 kilogram sweet potatos
2 pineapple leaves
250 milliliters coconut milk
½ of a teaspoon salt
1 kilogram cassava
100 grams Nipa palm fruit

Nutritional information

880
Calories
65g
Protein
21g
Fat
141g
Carbs
220mg
Cholesterol
6g
Fiber
821mg
Sodium
16g
Sugars

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Indonesian Kolak Pisang Recipe: Sweet Soup With Potato and Bana

Features:
  • Sweet
  • Vegan
Cuisine:

Indonesian Kolak Pisang – A gift from Indonesia

  • 40 minutes
  • Serves 4
  • Easy

Directions

Indonesian Kolak Pisang or sweet soup with sweet potato and banana is a treasure in Indonesian cuisine. Known as an Indonesian dessert, it is an omnipresent dish in almost every restaurant in the country. The rich and intense flavors of sweet potato in the sweet soup make it harmoniously delicious. The ingredients are soft but not too crushed, and the fruit-infused soup gives a beautiful tropical touch to the dessert. You will love it right from the first slurp. And here we have a quick and easy Indonesian Kolak Pisang recipe for you to recreate any time for your family. 

 

Steps

1
Done

Wash sweet potatoes, peel and cut them into square medium-size pieces.
Boil the mixture of water and coconut milk in a pot over a small flame.
Then, add pineapple leaves and continue to boil the mixture.

2
Done

Add jaggery and sweet potatoes into the pot. While waiting for sweet potatoes to be soft, wash the cassavas and peel them. Then cut them into pieces to steam.

3
Done

When the sweet potatoes become almost cooked, add the bananas.
Next, add cooked cassavas and boil the mixture over a small flame.

4
Done

Cook for about 10 minutes then add coconut milk.
Continue to boil the mixture on a low heat. Sometimes, use chopsticks to stir to avoid curdles.
Cook until the ingredients are soft but not crushed.
After that, add Nipa palm fruit and salt and cook for 2 more minutes before turning off the stove.

5
Done

The delicious sweet soup needs to have a medium consistency, and the ingredients should be soft but not crushed.

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