Kue putu mayang

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Kue putu mayang
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Kue putu mayang with liquid palm sugar
TypeString hopper, kue
CourseBreakfast, dessert, snack
Region or stateNationwide
Associated national cuisineIndonesia
Created byIndonesians
Main ingredientsRice flour

Kue putu mayang (Javanese: ꦥꦸꦠꦸꦩꦪꦁ, romanized: putu mayang) is an Indonesian string hopper dish made of starch or rice flour and coconut milk, then shaped like noodles. This noodle-like dish served with kinca (liquid palm sugar) in Betawi and Javanese cuisine,[1] or with chutney or curry in Indian Indonesian cuisine.

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  1. ^ "Kue Putu Mayang, Kuliner Khas Betawi Yang Langka". merahputih.com. Retrieved 5 March 2016.