Delicious Balinese Cakes


The Delicious Balinese Cakes

Hello good people, as you know Bali Island has become the main tourist destination in Indonesia, because it is an exotic island. The exotic Island appears on its natural beauty, cultural wealth and delicious culinary which have attracted many local or foreign tourists to visit the Island of thousand temples.  The exotic thing of Bali is its culinary, because Bali has a variety of delicious culinary which is more dominated by spicy and sweet flavor. For you who love sweet culinary, it is recommended if you taste Jaja Bali. Jaja Bali is a variety of Balinese cakes. One of Jaja Bali cakes with a sweet taste that is much in demand is laklak. 

Laklak is traditional snacks is made from sticky rice flour which is famous as Balinese Pancake. Balinese people usually make it with two different colors but it have the same taste. Laklak is a good tea mate as well as a snack for offering. It is served fresh in the morning with the shredded coconut and palm brown sugar sprinkled over the laklak. Usually, Laklak is served with hot tea.

How to make it?

Laklak is made of rice flour, baking powder, coconut milk and salt. The shape is round and flat with a diameter of 3 to 5 centimeters, and the thickness is approximately 4 to 5 millimeters.. That flour is mixed with water and a bit salt to create dough. If you want to make white Laklak, the dough batter can be cooked immediately. But, if you want to make green Laklak you need to add special ingredient. Balinese people use the extract of Suji leaves to get green color of laklak. After finished with the dough, laklak should be cooked (baked)  with a small traditional wooden furnace. For you who are interested in these Balinese cakes, you can buy the cakes at various traditional cake shops in Bali, especially at various traditional markets in Bali.




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