9 Typical Nusantara Foods For Takjil Iftar
Illustration of typical foods for breaking the fast of the archipelago (Freepik/wavebreakmedia)

YOGYAKARTA There are so many food variations that can be served for takjil breaking the fast. Among them are typical foods of the archipelago, including market snacks or other traditional foods. Interested in taste sweet and savory taste made from the equatorial region? Here is a list of foods that you can serve for takjil breaking the fast.

Klepon is made of a mixture of glutinous tapung that is boiled and filled with coconut sugar. To create a savory taste, outside the circle the klepon is sprinkled with young coconut lungs. Usually, klepon is served with cenil and putu.

Not many ingredients are used to make my stomach roll. Enough flour flour mixtures and fragrant pandan cooking for the skin. Then the filling is coconut which has a sweet and savory taste. Nusantara food, often processed from the surrounding earth's products. Although uncertain where the ORIGIN of this archipelago came from, this traditional food is familiar and easy to find in stalls selling market snacks.

If you avoid processing from wheat flour, one of the Nusantara foods, which is made from rice flour. Called carabikang, foods that look like rose flowers are in bloom, can be served for takjil breaking the fast. Regarding taste, because using coconut milk in the dough, the sweet taste is not thick and the fruit is mixed in a carabikang.

There are various kinds of celebrities in the archipelago, ranging from solo serabi, surabi bandung, to cocor serabi. Each type of serabi has a unique taste. If the serabi is cocor, it feels savory and presents sweet sugar from brown sugar that is melted with coconut milk.

Just like serabi, the spring rolls also have their own version in each region in the archipelago. In Semarang, for example, there are so-called loenpia, lunpia, to spring rolls. The contents vary, but the most familiar ones contain bamboo shoots and chicken slices or add bird eggs. About taste, the juice feels rich when added onion sauce and chili slices.

Tham cake, usually packaged in small packages with a sweet and savory texture. Usually made of three mixtures of flour, namely sago flour, rice flour, and tapioka. The aroma smells good because it is boiled in pandan leaves.

Including as traditional snacks, putu mayang is made of rice flour steamed on banana leaves. Putu mayang has a sweet flavor mixed with ferries that are doused by coconut milk or kinca. Because breaking the fast requires safe and soft food, this Nusantara food can be takjil.

These market snacks are often found and served with klepon and cenil. Usually wrapped in banana leaves and made from glutinous rice. If enjoyed without coconut scarcity and red sugar caramel, the taste is only thick with a fragrant aroma of banana leaves.

This typical Betawi food is not only easy to find in Jakarta. But in various other areas, such as Yogyakarta and Surabaya. Besides being called pancong cakes, it is also called bandros or gandos. Made from glutinous rice or rice flour made by the dough and then roasted it on the mold. Pancong cake has a sour and sweet taste from the brewed red sugar sprinkle.

Those are nine typical Indonesian foods for takjil breaking the fast. Is there any of the list of foods above that will accompany your breaking the fast today?

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