Indonesian street snack - Piscok Like 1 Twitter Yanni Karina Follow June 28, 2016, 10:43 a.m. in Life and Styles Views: 794 Like us on facebook Piscok, an abbreviations of pisang-coklat, roughly translate into “Chocolate Banana”. But Piscok is different from the choco banana usually found in Japan or America where a banana is freeze-dried and then dipped into chocolate. This Piscok is deep fried banana and melted chocolate wrapped in lumpia skin like dough, giving the combination of crispy skin and warm, sweet, banana and chocolate. The melted chocolate are usually caramelized, soaking through the skin, making it crispier. The banana gone soft from the frying process, enveloped by melted chocolate. Mm… Perfect! I imagine this will be good eaten with cheese or ice cream. A twist for this snack is usually the topping, getting rid of the chocolate and replacing it by different flavors of jams. Strawberry and Passion Fruit are the most common one. Shouldn’t be called Piscok anymore though, but it’s already glued into the memory! Try it if you found it! Won’t regret it, I swear! Price : Rp 500 – Rp 1.000 each Ingredients : banana, flour, chocolate, sugar, and (maybe) egg Taste : Sweet suitable for afternoon snack with coffee Published by Yanni Karina Share Mail Messenger Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Comments Related Article Life and Styles DEAR WOMEN Life and Styles Escape from the BS Life and Styles It Is Still August Right?