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Bajigur

image Bajigur is a typical beverage Java region of Indonesia from the West. These drinks usually became friends while relaxing and leisure, and are believed to increase appetite. Its main ingredients are coffee, palm sugar and coconut milk. To add a little salt is also mixed pleasure and vanilla powder.

Served hot beverages are usually sold using carts that include a stove. Bajigur best drunk at the time the weather was cold and wet from the rain. Meals are often served with boiled bananas bajigur is, sweet poached, or boiled peanuts.

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Bajigur own tastes good if it enjoyed when the weather is  cold. Bajigur smoke mingled aroma of pandan leaves which presents its own sensation. Moreover when the flow through the throat and ends in the stomach. Soon a warm feeling ran through, and there are slices fro the ngerekes when crushed teeth.

image During these traders bajigur average selling / their wares to go around by wheelbarrow. It is quite rare to see this beverage merchant who settled in certain locations. But it is only a matter of habit. There is no harm if selling drinks with occupying a place that has been patented / settled. Locations are commonly used as a place to peddle this drink is on the hustle points schools, offices, and dense residential areas.

Recipes for making bajigur

Ingredient :
  • 5 teaspoons coffee
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 125 cc java sugar syrup
  • 750 cc coconut milk from ½ coconut
  • 1 pack vanilla
  • 150 grams of fruit atep (kolang-kaling), washed and thinly sliced lengthwise, boiled until cooked
How to make:
  • Mix the coffee, salt, sugar Java and coconut milk, and stir well. And then cook this mixture while stirring, stirring until boiling over medium heat. Add vanilla.
  • Insert slices of fruit and soft atep (kolang-kaling) already cooked. Stir well. Remove and serve hot in a mug / cup with boiled bananas or boiled peanuts.

Source :
http://id.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bajigur
http://bisnisukm.com/bajigur-minuman-legendaris-tanah-sunda.html
http://www.melroseflowers.com/mkic/resep/minuman/bajigur.html

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