Ice Machine

Ice Machine - Jakarta
I had this sweet juicy dessert called Es Campur, which has all sorts of different fruits including avocado and coconut milk. The yellow fruit on the foreground is Nangka (Jackfruit). The icy part on top is my favorite! And this particular place used that blue and red machine to shave the ice. 

Terribly sorry to that lady on the background for not capturing her very well :)

18 thoughts on “Ice Machine”

  1. Hi Santy! Just saw your comment…I think I’ll do the City Blog…can’t leave all my “family” behind! WAAAAAAAAAAAAH! LOL! ;-) And YUM…on a hot day, Es Campur is sooooooooooooo good! I like Es Cendol! ;-) See you again too…SOON! xo

  2. In Singapore, we have something similiar; it’s called Ice Kachang. Basically shaved ice with different fruits and coconut milk. The ice is covered with coloured syrup to make it more attractive. Do you use the seed of the jackfruits in cooking? My mum sometimes cooks it and it is pretty good. ;-)

  3. I’m glad I shared with you this interesting piece of machinery!

    kaa: I don’t think we use the seeds, but then again I’m not a good cook so I wouldn’t know much about it :)

    Thanks, all!

  4. actually shanty.. i know people who would boiled the jackfruit seeds and eat it. they’re pretty good actually. my mum used to make it when i was younger.. just a good healthy snack i guess.

  5. A friend from Manila used to tell me she made Avocado shakes (sweet stuff) which sounded strange to me back then, but you really use it as a fruit, rather than a vegetable, don’t you? Hey, I’ll try anything once!

  6. Hi Sir,Mrs
    Am Mr Adams and i will like to order some ice machines from your shop.I will appreciate if you can email me with the types and prizes you have in stock as well as the method of payment you accept so i can know the quantity to order.Thank you.

    Best Regards,
    Mr Adams

  7. , pendopo is useful for many things: to sit and get some shade, to have some food together or just hang out there and feel the breeze. This is a quite fancy oneugg store

    replica rolex watches. There are much simpler ones on the rice fields, where farmers can sit and have a rest after a hard working day. Those yellow things on the poles were there as adornments because the pendopo was newly built.

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