Keukarah or in Indonesian known as kue karah, is likely one of the conventional Acehnese muffins constituted of a combination of rice flour and coconut milk. The hallmark of this pastry is its distinctive form resembling a sickle and stringy like a chook’s nest.
This cake is usually discovered at weddings as a present from the person to the girl. As well as, these cookies with a crunchy texture and candy style are additionally current at numerous Acehnese conventional occasions and feasts, and throughout the Eid al-Fitr vacation. This cake can also be one of many typical souvenirs from Aceh due to its distinctive form.
500 gr rice flour
100 gr sugar
Correct amount of oil
Coconut shell with many holes (karah cake mildew)
HOW TO MAKE:
1. Put together the container. Combine all components. Stir nicely.
2. Put together the mildew. Put the dough into the mildew.
3. Put together the frying pan. Warmth some oil. Print the crescent-shaped dough immediately on the pan. Fry till cooked. Carry and drain.
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