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Pandan Ice Cream?

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So I have been on a little ice cream kick and I have been looking for a place to get Pandan ice cream. They recently had it at Scoops and it was seriously one of the best flavors they have. I get it whenever it is available.

Does anyone know where I can get Pandan ice cream? Vietnamese Supermarket? Thai Market? Restaurant?

Not looking for Pandan Coconut. Just strictly Pandan ice cream.

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  1. Pandan ice cream? I'm guessing that's a Scoops invention. My wife's from Malaysia, and spent lots of time in Singapore. She's never heard of it - doesn't mean it doesn't exist though. I'd try somewhere that serves the Indonesian/Malaysian/Singaporean/Thai communities. I know the Vietnamese community utilizes pandan, but I think it's far more prevalent in those other communities. Also, as you've already mentioned, pandan usually is conjoined with coconut - a classic combination - and not as common on its own.

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    1. re: bulavinaka

      I guess it was wishful thinking as Scoops rarely has it (at least when I visit). I have seen Pandan Coconut ice cream at a Vietnamese supermarket and was just wondering if anybody knew of a place that strictly sold Pandan. Guess I will either look at a Thai market or depend on Scoops. : (

    2. I still have a pint of that from Scoops in deep freeze, next to the pint of Jack & Jalapeno. Thanks for reminding me.

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      1. re: J.L.

        I highly recommend the Pandan ice cream at Scoops, probably hands down my favorite flavor other than Banana Peanut Butter. If you ever see it there, it is a must try. I am hooked.

        1. re: A5 KOBE

          I am enjoying my pint of pandan ice cream from Scoops as I am typing this...

          1. re: J.L.

            Shouldn't there be a

            Pandan Express

            someplace?

            1. re: Tripeler

              No. That's just bad.

              There's pandan flavored soy milk and soft tofu (dessert) at Chinese markets. I guess you can try making your own out of the soy milk?