Indonesia is known as one of the culinary ‘paradises’ with distinctive flavors. Not only are they dominated by heavy dishes rich in spices, there are also various traditional snacks that are also appetizing.
Traditional snack box Jakarta are probably one of the most sought after and easy to find snacks in traditional markets. Not only delicious and suitable to be eaten as a friend for drinking coffee or hot tea, various Indonesian wet snack box Jakarta also have attractive shapes and appearance with various colors.
Lupis is one of the traditional snacks that is still popular today. Mostly sold as a snack in the morning, lupis is made from glutinous rice wrapped in banana leaves and then steamed until cooked.
As a flavor enhancer, the pukis will be sprinkled with grated coconut and a splash of brown sugar sauce. In addition, lupis is usually served with other cakes such as cenil and getuk lindri.
Kue putu is a typical Indonesian snack made from green rice flour filled with brown sugar and then steamed in bamboo sticks. In addition to the unique steaming technique, one of the characteristics of this cake is the distinctive steam sound that comes out of the Putu cake toaster when peddled. Usually, putu is served from the afternoon to the evening as a snack before or after dinner.
Putu Mayang Cake
Although the name is almost the same as kue putu, the appearance of putu mayang is very different from cake putu in general. Made from a mixture of steamed rice flour, salt, and food coloring, putu mayang has a chewy texture with a shape resembling noodles. To add flavor, putu mayang is also served with a sweet sauce made from coconut milk and sugar.
As the name implies, kue lumpur is a type of traditional cake with a very soft texture resembling mud. The tenderness itself comes from a mixture of potatoes or soft-textured tubers as the main ingredient. Usually, mud cakes are served with a sprinkling of raisins, chocolate, and even grated cheese to add flavor.
Rolled omelette is a type of wet cake that has a very strong sweet taste. And as the name implies, this cake is made of thin skin which is coconut dough and then rolled until it is solid. The coconut mixture mixed with brown sugar produces a sweet taste that dominates the rolled omelette.