Tipat cantok

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Tipat Cantok is one of Bali's famous local foods. It contains "tipat" seasoned with grounded peanut. It looks similar to Javanese's "Tahu Bumbu" only with less ingredients.

Origin[edit]

Tipat cantok was originated in Bali. The word "Tipat" made from rice packed in diamond shaped leaf as replacement of rice. Any addition of red pepper is optional.

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