The Jakarta Post
Enjoying kolak as tajil (sugary snacks and drinks consumed to break the fast) is arguably one of the most celebrated traditions during Ramadhan. (Santika Premiere ICE – BSD City/-)
Enjoying kolak as tajil (sugary snacks and drinks consumed to break the fast) is arguably one of the most celebrated traditions during Ramadhan. Sweet, delicious and nutritious, kolak is a flexible dish that usually contains banana or sweet potato but can also accommodate other ingredients such as jackfruit or kolang-kaling (sugar palm fruit).
Rossano Renzelli, the executive chef at Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort, and Indrawan Ridwan, executive chef at the Santika Premiere ICE-BSD City Hotel, want you to try their favorite kolak recipes at home. (kes)
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Kolak Nangka Jagung Manis
Kolak Nangka Jagung Manis (right). (Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort/-)