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Kue semprit

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Kue semprit
Kue semprit served in Indonesia
TypeCookie, kue
CourseDessert or snack
Place of originIndonesia,[1] Singapore and Malaysia
Region or stateMaritime Southeast Asia
Main ingredientsWheat flour, corn flour, custard powder, sugar, margarine

Semprit (Indonesian: kue semprit; Malay: kuih semperit) is a Southeast Asian sweet snack (kue or kuih) made of wheat flour, corn starch, custard powder, sugar and margarine. These ingredients are mixed together to become a dough. Next, the dough is rolled and cut into small pieces, which are baked until golden yellow. Semprit is ready to eat once it has cooled to room temperature.

Semprit is a popular snack during Hari Raya celebrations.

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  1. ^ "Selalu Hadir Saat Lebaran Ini Asal Usul Nastar Kastegel Hingga Putri Salju" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2020-05-26.