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Recommended Takjil in Ramadan

22 March 2024

Oleh: Admin

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Lately, social media has been filled with exciting talks about takjil. Takjil is known as small food or drinks that are served or consumed directly when breaking the fast. However, in the Big Indonesian Dictionary (KBBI), takjil means speeding up the breaking of the fast.

During Ramadan, takjil markets are bustling with vendors offering a variety of menus, from traditional to modern.

Check out some takjil recommendations to buy.

Bubur Sumsum // Illustration: @namaruddin on Pinterest.com

1. Bubur Sumsum
A takjil dish made from rice flour and coconut milk cooked into a soft porridge. Served with brown sugar sauce and a sprinkle of grated coconut, it gives a delicious sweet taste to eat right away when breaking the fast.

Dadar Gulung // Illustration: @ilyasresep on Pinterest.com

2. Dadar Gulung
Made from eggs, flour, coconut milk and palm sugar, dadar gulung is a soft, green cake filled with a sweet mixture of grated coconut and melted brown sugar. Wrapped thinly, dadar gulung offers not only an alluring sweet delight, but also a chewy textural sensation.

Es Pisang Ijo // Illustration: @resepmamiku on Pinterest.com

3. Es Pisang Ijo
Break your fast with something sweet. This sentence fits es pisang ijo, a fresh and sweet dish from Makassar that is perfect for breaking the fast. It consists of a thin layer of green dough made from rice flour and pandan leaves with a sweet banana filling. Served with coconut milk and sweet brown sugar syrup, it gives a special pleasure in every bite.

Kolak Ubi Pisang // Illustration: @resepmamiku on Pinterest.com

4. Kolak
Made from basic ingredients such as sweet potatoes, bananas, and the like that are boiled in a thick brown sugar sauce with the addition of coconut milk and a few selected spices. Kolak is a traditional Indonesian dish served especially during Ramadan.

Risol // Illustration: @foodiecelebration on Pinterest.com

5. Risol
A popular Indonesian snack consisting of a thin spring roll skin stuffed with a mixture of minced meat, carrots, potatoes and other spices. This mixture is then rolled and fried until the skin becomes crispy and browned. Over the years, risol has also been developed and innovated into risol mayo and mac and cheese.

In every takjil dish served, there are sweet memories and unforgettable warmth of Ramadan. Through a variety of flavors, we also learn lessons about togetherness and caring.

Let us live Ramadan with sincerity and share kindness with others. Hopefully, every takjil we enjoy will strengthen our spirit to fast with gratitude and sincerity.

Happy fasting for those who are fasting, may this Ramadan bring blessings and happiness to all of us.

Article compiled from several sources (KJ/AW/KJ)

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