|Place of origin||Malaysia|
|Region or state||Pahang|
|Main ingredients||Banana, evaporated milk, jala mas, prunes, candied cherries and cashew nuts|
Its basic ingredients are pisang lemak manis (a local cultivar of banana), evaporated milk, prunes, candied cherries and cashew nuts. The pudding is garnished with jala mas and served with a cold sauce made from milk and cornflour. Nowadays it is popularly served during Ramadan as well as a special afternoon tea treat for the family on weekends.
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