Gerinda

  • made by first steaming a thin dough of a mixture of sticky rice flour and regular rice flour (tepung ketan &amp
  • tepung baas), plus red or orange food coloring
  • after steaming, the dough is rolled into a thin slab, cut into rectangles, and scored with a scalloped wheel (pengerindaan jaja)
  • sharpening wheel, grindstone
  • the cake is then folded so that the cut sections form loops, and then fried
  • rice cake
  • colored dry rice cake (jaja tuh) commonly used in offerings
Media
gerinda
Kasar
Unknown [edit]
Halus
Unknown [edit]
Northern Form
Unknown [edit]

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