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Indonesian sweet pumpkin soup – Pumpkin kolak

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Ingredients

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500 g pumpkin
100 g palm sugar
100 ml coconut milk
500 ml water
2 pandanus leaf
a pinch of salt

Indonesian sweet pumpkin soup – Pumpkin kolak

Features:
  • vegan
Cuisine:
  • 30 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy

Ingredients

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Indonesian sweet pumpkin soup

or Indonesian call it “kolak labu kuning” is a dessert and very popular during the holy month of Ramadan. There are many different ingredients to make kolak, but basically it stewed with coconut milk, palm sugar and pandanus leaf. Many ingredients may add to make this dish such as banana, sweet potatoes, cassava or plantain. Kolak usually served warm or cold after being refrigerated for a couple hours. In this season, i love to enjoy my kolak hot straight out from the pot.

 

 

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Steps

1
Done

Peel the pumpkin and cut into pieces, set aside.
Boil the water, palm sugar, knotted pandanus leaves and pinch of salt in a large pot.

2
Done

Add the pumpkin and cook over medium heat for about 10-15 minutes or until the pumpkin are tender.
Turn low the heat.
Pour coconut milk and stir frequently for another 10 minutes.

3
Done

Serve immediately or at room temperature.

Stephanie

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Thanks so much for the recipe. I wanted to surprise my wife who is from Ciamis and I’m from New York, but as soon as I asked her about the pandanus leaf she knew I was going to try and make something Indonesian. 🙂 Anyway, we both liked it.

Hi Emad, I‘m so happy that you both like the recipe. I can imagine how happy your wife was that you surprise her by cooking something Indonesian 😉 Regards from Germany!

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