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  • this type, called laklak bikang, is made with coconut milk, rice flour, and cane sugar
  • rice cake (jaja) in the form of a convex lens, with one side flat, about 5 cm. in diameter
  • it is usually decorated on top with green and red coloring
  • made from a thin batter of rice flour, salt, and water that is baked on top of a stove using a special fired clay tray with circular depressions in it, into which the dough is ladled for baking
  • cake may be tan to brown, or green, if colored with kayu sugih leaves
  • always served with sugar syrup and grated coconut
  • a second variety is baked in a metal mold and, while still hot, the cook pushes the center of each cake outward, while holding the edges
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Usage Examples

di dajan umahe ada dagang laklak
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bibi orahin meliang laklak kemu
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⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library

In Balinese:   Nyai ngijeng jumah, nyanan gapgapina laklak.

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Di dalam kamar kamu diam, kunci pintunya.

In Balinese:   I Ketimun Mas gapgapina laklak atekor.

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In Indonesian:   Saat akan berangkat, ibunya berpesan lagi, "Nak, nak, ibu mau ke pasar.
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