It is especially popular in the Malay communities, usually served during wedding receptions with foods such as nasi beriani or rendang. Modern innovations include adding grass jelly or soda water.
Street vendors began the custom of adding pink food colouring to help buyers avoid confusing the drink with teh tarik. As a result, bandung now only comes in pink.
Serving: Average Pitcher
- 3 C water
- 2 C sugar
Rest of Recipe
- 1 Can of Evaporated Milk
- 6 Cups of Water
- 1 Cup Teaspoons Rose Water Syrup
Boil the 3 cups of water and 2 cups sugar until the sugar dissolved and thicken about 10 minutes using low heat. Remove from heat. Add Evaporated Milk, Water and Rose Water Syrup. Stir, serve over ice and enjoy.
Stir and Enjoy
Recipe from Even Vela
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