Though not an authentic Indonesian cake, this cake is already standard and extensively recognized and appreciated by varied Indonesian individuals. This cake, initially from China, is called “Youtiao”, which accurately means “piece of oil”. The phrase “cakue” itself which is popularly recognized in Indonesia comes from the Hokkien dialect of “You Za Kue” which suggests “fried cake”.
Further persistence is required to achieve success in making this cake as a result of the levels of constructing it are fairly giant and require fairly a very long time. Cake cake is commonly used as a household breakfast meals served with porridge or pals with espresso or soy milk within the morning.
500 grams of wheat flour
400 ml water
1 tbsp baking powder
2 tsp baking soda
1 1/2 tsp salt
Correct amount of oil
HOW TO MAKE:
1. Combine baking powder, baking soda, and salt, combine effectively, then add water, combine effectively.
2. Add the flour little by little, combine effectively, then depart for 20 minutes.
3. Knead once more for some time, depart for an additional 20 minutes, then repeat as much as 4 instances till the dough is easy and elastic.
4. Flip the dough over, put slightly oil on the floor to maintain the dough moist, then depart it for 1 hour.
5. Take the dough, wrap it with a plastic sheet, form it right into a rectangle, then depart it for an additional 4 hours.
6. Open the plastic wrap, then roll the dough right into a rectangle with a width of 6 cm and a thickness of 1.5 cm.
7. Reduce the dough into items measuring 0.75 cm and in response to the width, then take 2 items of dough, stack them collectively, press the elongated heart with a skewer to stay, repeat till the components run out.
8. Take 1 piece of cake, pull each ends slowly till it turns into about 20 cm lengthy, don’t break, then put it in quite a lot of sizzling oil, fry over medium warmth till cooked and brown, take away, drain, repeat till the components run out.
9. Cake is able to be served. It may be eaten alone or served with porridge or different heat drinks resembling peanut butter, espresso or tea.