Cendol [pronounced ‘chen-doll’] is a traditional dessert originating from Indonesia. Cendol vendors are a common sight in Indonesian cities. In Sunda, Indonesia, cendol is dark green pulpy dish of rice (or sago) flour worms with coconut milk and syrup of areca sugar. It used to be served without ice. In the Javanese language, cendol refers to the jelly-like part of the beverage, while the combination of cendol, palm sugar and coconut milk is called dawet.
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