|Type||Cake, pastry, kue|
|Place of origin||Indonesia|
|Region or state||Eastern Indonesia|
|Serving temperature||room temperature|
Kue bagea (also called sago cake) is a cake originating from Ternate in North Maluku, Indonesia. It has a round shape and creamy color. Bagea has a hard consistency that can be softened in tea or water, to make it easier to chew. It is prepared using sago, a plant-based starch derived from the sago palm or sago cycad.
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