A typical Betawi snack in the form of a ketapang seeds It tastes sweet, savory and crunchy. Makes it hard to stop chewing. Perfect for filling Eid jars.
This simple snack of wheat flour and coconut looks like the seeds of the ketapang plant. Slightly pointed and rounded sides. Crispy fried with a slightly hard taste but crunchy sweet.
The ingredients are simple from wheat flour, a little coconut milk, eggs and sugar. The dough is shaped by hand and cut out or cut into pieces with a knife. This snack also does not need to be baked, just fried.
Frying technique ketapang seeds Care must be taken so that the seeds of ketapang are not crushed. This simple, crunchy snack is usually filled with Betawi residents during Eid. If you want to make your own, check out the full recipe below.
Ketapang Seed Recipe
|Total Serving Time :||90||Minute|
|Recipe Title:||Ketapang Seeds|
|Preparation Duration :||15||Minute|
|Total Duration :||90||Minute|
|How to Make Ketapang Seeds:|
Ketapang Seed Dough Photo: iStock
Tips for making Ketapang Seeds:
1. When kneading or kneading the dough, you can add water if it still feels hard. Adjust the amount according to the condition of the dough.
2. Don’t stir ketapang seeds freshly put in the pan, so as not to break. After a little dry and hardened just stir occasionally.
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