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Pandan waffles or as referred to in Vietnamese, bánh kẹp lá dứa, are flavored with pandan and include coconut milk in the batter. Pandan waffles are eaten plain. They also characterized by their spring green color and browning when cooked. In Vietnam, pandan waffles sell for around 2000 Vietnamese đồngs[when?] each so are popular among children. In Vietnam, they are a popular street food made in either cast iron molds heated with charcoal or in electric waffle irons.
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