coconut pandan ice cream

Some of you probably not familiar with pandan leaves, Pandan leaves is very popular in Asia mostly in south east Asian countries,  I found pandan leaves in Asian market here.
As an Indonesian I love the combination of pandan flavor and coconut,  I made coconut pandan ice cream, the creaminess from coconut milk and pandan flavored are well blended in this ice cream.

Ingredients :

- 1 can coconut milk
- 1 pint heavy cream
- 4 pandan leaves
- 3 egg yolk
- 1 cup sugar
- 4 drop pandan paste

Directions :
In medium heat combine pandan leaves and coconut milk 

In a small bowl whisk sugar and egg yolk to make a custard,and pour into coconut milk mixture
stir frequently and cook until about boiling.

Remove from heat add heavy cream and cover up and let them cool completly in the fridge
remove pandan leaves and transfer into freezed ice cream maker according to the manufacture's intruction, serves immediately or transfer into air tight container and save in the freezer


Nava K said…
I am curious on where you got the pandan leaves from? It must have been really expensive to buy it in UK. My garden "melambak" with pandan.

Can I make the ice-cream without the maker? I don't have the maker and we rarely have ice-cream.

I just love the pandan and coconut flavors together, the best of Asian tastes.
Pam said…
I love coconut anything. This ice cream looks pretty and tasty.
Harini said…
Hi,this looks absolutely scrumptious,Does pandan leaves have any other name???
Riceandcoconut said…
@ Harini M : Pandan leave= screwpine is the same thing,thanks for visit my blog :)

Elisabeth said…
That's what I call unusual and fantastic ice cream!

Unfortunately I never even saw pandan leaves even in our local Asian market where they sell their fresh produce; but I did have the pleasure of receiving pandan paste from a blogger friend from Malaysia (sorry to say it leaked all over the package)...the aroma was incredibly beautiful!
Kitchen Simmer said…
I am still so curious to try this flavor of ice cream. I love pandan leaves, but I have only used it to cook savory in SL cooking. The ice cream looks so creamy and delicious and I love your playful photos with the cones. :)
Angie's Recipes said…
Love coconut EVERYTHING! The ice cream looks so refreshing with that beautiful green.
What a gorgeous green my friend, and innovative ice cream flavour :D

I love the color of this ice cream!

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