Es Pisang Ijo refers to Indonesian local desserts made from banana, covered with sticky green rice and covered with white cream made from coconut milk, rice flour and sugar mixture and sweet pink sauce. Es pisang ijo is originally from Makassar, South Sulawesi in Indonesia.

Es pisang ijo is also called Es pisang ijo Makassar or Es pisang ijo Makasar.

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