Pandan leaves in Salt Lake City?
Anyone know a market where I can find pandan leaves? It's for a recipe called kaya toast that I saw demonstrated at Aspen Food & Wine Festival. It was also served as part of Singapore's booth offerings, if that's any help. The recipe also says that a piece of ginger could be substituted, again if that's any help. Thanks out there.
Thank you -- I had called earlier and they do not have fresh pandan leaves, but they do have frozen and extract. I'm thinking the frozen might be fine -- I'm after the flavor, not trying to wrap something inside the leaves. But first I'm going to try the Ocean Market (???) on 94th. That is an amazing store. I even found pork belly there the other day when neither Snider Bros. nor Main Street Meats had it. I'm glad to know about this Southeast Market, though.