Ingredients

How to make it

  • Grind the leaves with the water.
  • Remove and put into a strainer bag.
  • Squeeze the water out of the bag.
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  • sylhuynh 6 years ago
    I found some PAndan juice in the market,is from indonesia it came in a 30m, comtainer, i will try
    thank you
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  • wokkingmum 7 years ago
    You are welcome!
    Do try pandan pancakes too! ^_^
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  • chefcarolyn 7 years ago
    Thanks to your encouragement... I tried a pandan waffle at the local asian market. It was really good. I think I'll try using pandan!
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  • wokkingmum 7 years ago
    We asian tie a few leaves together (in a knot actually) and cook it together with other ingredients when making soup dessert. It adds a very nice aroma. The juice extracted can also be added to make crepes, sponge & chiffon cakes instead of adding green colouring. You can refer to my recipes, Kueh Dadar & Tri-colour Rolls to see where/how I use the juice. I will be posting later another 2 recipes with the usage of pandan leaves. You can hardly taste it in the dishes made with them (unless you drink the juice directly). It's use mostly for its natural green colour and aroma.

    Oh, some people put the leaves in their cars to repel cockroaches & flies too ;p
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  • chefcarolyn 7 years ago
    I've not heard of pandan before. Can you tell me a bit about it (what it tastes like, how it is used)?
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  • wokkingmum 7 years ago
    If you need more juice, just add in a bit more water. Otherwise just grind more leaves.
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