Bee palm fruit syrup, also known as atap seed or kolang kaling syrup, is a sweet syrup made from the fruits of the bee palm tree. This syrup is often used as a topping for desserts or mixed with water to make a refreshing drink.
To make bee palm fruit syrup, the fruits of the bee palm tree are boiled in water until they are soft and then mashed to extract the juice. The juice is then mixed with sugar and boiled until it thickens into a syrup.
Bee palm fruit syrup is a popular ingredient in Indonesian and Malaysian cuisine, where it is often used to sweeten desserts such as ice cream, puddings, and cakes. It can also be used as a topping for pancakes or waffles, or mixed with water to make a refreshing drink.
One kilogram of bee palm fruit syrup is a substantial amount and can be used to make multiple batches of desserts or drinks.