Kolak (or Kolek) is an Indonesian dessert made with palm sugar or coconut sugar and coconut milk, with pandanus leaf (P. amaryllifolius) for added aroma. Banana may be added to this base, the dish then called Kolak Pisang or banana kolak. Pumpkin, sweet potato, jackfruit, plantain and/or cassava, and sometimes tapioca pearl may also be added. It is usually served warm or at room temperature. In Indonesia, Kolak is one the most favorite dessert for Iftar during the holy month of Ramadan, as it is sweet, filling, and very easy to make.
Banana kolak, a variant of kolak.
Kolak biji salak, made from sweetpotato balls.
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