Pisang cokelat

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Pisang cokelat
A bunch of pisang cokelat, choco-banana spring roll
Alternative namesPiscok
Region or stateIndonesia
Main ingredientsBanana, chocolate, lumpia skin
Similar dishesTuron

Pisang cokelat (banana chocolate in Indonesian) or sometimes colloquially abbreviated as piscok,[1] is an Indonesian sweet snack made of slices of banana with melted chocolate or chocolate syrup, wrapped inside thin crepe-like pastry skin and being deep fried.[2] Pisang cokelat is often simply described as "choco banana spring rolls".[1] It is often regarded as a hybrid between another Indonesian favourites; pisang goreng (fried banana) and lumpia (spring roll).

The type of banana being used is similar to pisang goreng; preferably pisang uli, pisang kepok or pisang raja sereh. The skin used for wrapping is usually the readily available lumpia skin.[3] In Indonesia, pisang cokelat is regarded as a variant of pisang goreng, and categorized under gorengan (Indonesian assorted fritters) and sold together with some popular fried stuff; such as fried tempeh, tahu goreng and pisang goreng. It is a popular snack that can be found from humble street side kakilima cart to cafes and fancy restaurants.[2]

Pisang cokelat is almost identical to Philippines turon, which is actually a banana lumpia, except in this Indonesian version chocolate content is a must, not optional.

Three pieces of piscok being served

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  1. ^ a b "Easy Chocolate Banana Spring Rolls". Much Butter. 2019-09-09. Retrieved 2020-04-17.
  2. ^ a b "5 Cara Membuat Pisang Coklat Lumer, Enak dan Gampang Banget". merdeka.com (in Indonesian). 13 February 2020. Retrieved 2020-04-17.
  3. ^ Tri Hagung (21 September 2013). "Membuat Piscok (Pisang Coklat)". Kompasiana (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2020-04-17.