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Cooking With Teens: Kolak

Cooking with a teenager is very interesting. They have creativity but also do not want to be too complicated in cooking. Cooking is a basic skill. No need to be an expert, but to be able to process ingredients into good food.
Yesterday I taught my son to cook a famous dessert from our country: kolak. This dessert is very common served with traditional Indonesian dishes. Easy to make, with simple ingredients.
 

Cooking with teen: kolak, a very famous Indonesian dessert 

Ingredients:
1 liter of water
200 ml of coconut milk. I use Kara's instant coconut milk because it doesn’t need to squeeze the coconut
20 medium size bananas, sliced
200 gr palm sugar
3 tbs sugar
A pinch of salt

Cooking with teen: kolak, a very famous Indonesian dessert. Santan Kara is one of the ingredients, cooking become easier with Kara

 
Method:
Put all ingredients into a pan. Boil while stirring until boiling. Done! Very easy! You can serve
kolak while it is warm, or you can serve it cold.

Cooking with teen: kolak, a very famous Indonesian dessert

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Comments   

0 #10 Katrina gehman 2017-05-06 21:47
that looks really cool. i wouldn't have thought of making that but would love to try it sometime.
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0 #9 Echo 2017-05-06 19:16
Getting kids into the kitchen is so important! I am so glad that you are teaching them this life skill!
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0 #8 Nichole Shirell 2017-05-05 00:40
I need to try cooking is coconut cream. I hear great things about it.
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0 #7 Carol Cassara 2017-05-04 17:24
You definitely weren't kidding about how easy it is to cook this recipe! I love that you're encouraging your kids to cook.
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0 #6 Coralie 2017-05-04 15:22
I love cooking with my kids. We often are in the kitchen together creating something. I haven't heard of this before, we will have to try it.
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0 #5 Anosa 2017-05-04 12:44
Wow, I love this post. Good thing that you were able to cook with your your teenager. Perfect for your bonding session.
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0 #4 Annemarie LeBlanc 2017-05-03 23:46
Wow, a really easy and delicious recipe! I love anything with coconut because it is not only healthy, it is very tasty as well.
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0 #3 Terri Beavers 2017-05-03 14:23
I love cooking with my tween and teen grandkids. I want to check out every single one of those recipes to find a couple to fix this weekend.
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0 #2 karlyn cruz 2017-05-03 12:02
This dessert is widely consumed throughout the years, and especially popular during the holy month of Ramadan to break the fast.
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0 #1 Tara Pittman 2017-05-03 01:23
Lots of good recipes. I love that you are teaching your teens to cook. Soon they will love to help with making dinner.
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