Ingredients

  • Serves 1-2 people
    • 300 ml Coconut Milk

    • 50 g Mung Beans

    • 50 gr Kolang Kaling

    • 50 gr Grass Jelly

    • 100 ml Coco Pandan syrup

    • 2 pcs White bread

    • 150 ml Ice cubes

    • 500 ml Water

    • 2 tbsp Sugar

    • 1 stick Cinnamon

    • 3 drops Red Food Coloring

Es Lontrong Slawi
Recipe Courtesy of
Asian Food Network

Es Lontrong Slawi

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Es Lontrong Slawi is a sweet Indonesian dessert which originated from the streets of Slawi in Central Java. This local delicacy is typically made out of a refreshing blend of shaved ice, grass jelly, green beans, white bread, coconut milk, red syrup and kolang kaling (also known as attap chee or sugar palm fruit). Filled with an exciting mix of toppings with different textures, this sweet and creamy treat is a delight to have, especially on a hot day.
  • Easy
  • 10 min
  • 10 min
  • 10 min
  • 1 steps
  • 11 Ingredients
  • Easy
  • 1 steps
  • 11 Ingredients
  • 10 min
  • 10 min
  • 10 min

Instructions

  1. Making Es Lontrong Slawi

    • Cut the grass jelly into 1 cm cubes. 

    • In a pan, add water, kolang kaling, sugar, cinnamon stick and red food coloring. Cook over low heat until the water is absorbed into the leaves and reduced. Set aside to cool.

    • In a pan, add water and green beans. Cook until the green beans are soft and tender. Set aside. 

    • Cut the bread into 1 cm cubes. Set aside.

    Making Es Lontrong Slawi


Plate and Serve!

In a bowl, add bread, grass jelly, green beans, kolang kaling and coconut milk. Add cocopandan syrup according to taste. Serve.

Plate and Serve!
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    Ingredients
    • Serves 1-2 people
      • 300 ml Coconut Milk

      • 50 g Mung Beans

      • 50 gr Kolang Kaling

      • 50 gr Grass Jelly

      • 100 ml Coco Pandan syrup

      • 2 pcs White bread

      • 150 ml Ice cubes

      • 500 ml Water

      • 2 tbsp Sugar

      • 1 stick Cinnamon

      • 3 drops Red Food Coloring

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