How to Make Natural Pandan Syrup

Written and Posted By: Margie Babon


Fragrant Pandan leaves

Have a ready to pull out natural Pandan syrup from your fridge and use it for dessert and refreshment even to make it as tea. Use Pandan syrup as natural food coloring instead of artificial flavouring full of unknown chemicals.

Pandan leaves also known as fragrant screw pine is widely use in Asia for culinary uses and the natural green color adds attraction to delectable rice cake desserts as well as to coconut juice refreshment.

Natural Pandan leaves produce natural green color syrup aside from its aroma


What you need

A bunch of pandan leaves

Kitchen scissor


Small casserole

1 cup water

muslin (piece of cloth)

sugar or honey

  1. Wash properly the pandan leaves then drain
  2. By using kitchen scissor, cut the pandan leaves to smaller parts
  3. Bring out the blender to juice the pandan leaves by adding a cup of water
  4. Bring out the small casserole then use muslin or cheese cloth to squeeze out the juice.
  5. Add sugar or honey then cook the syrup for less than 5 minutes.
  6. Transfer the syrup in a small jar. This will last 4 days in the fridge and 2 weeks in the freezer.

Enjoy your fresh and natural Pandan syrup with fresh coconut juice!



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