For the filling in a wide skillet or skillet over a low heat, bring 100 ml of water to the boil. Then introduce palm sugar and, while stirring, achieve its transformation into a thick, viscous sugar syrup. Then add coconut chips and keep stirring on the fire until the mixture turns into a crumbly mass. Turn off the fire.
For the dough, mix 475 ml of water, coconut milk, wheat flour, tapioca flour and eggs. Add pandan extract and a pinch of salt, mix. Instead of pandan extract, you can use a small handful of dried pandan leaves, ground with a blender into dust.
Heat a greased frying pan over medium heat. Pour ladle dough, spreading it in a pan in a thin layer. When one side is fried, turn the pancake over and fry on the other side. So do with all the available dough.
In slightly cooled, but still warm pancakes wrap in a tablespoon of filling – and serve with tea.