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Untir-untir or kue tambang.
Alternative namesKue tambang
Place of originIndonesia
Region or stateJava
Main ingredientsDough, peanut oil

Untir-untir or kue tambang is a traditional Indonesian deep-fried twisted doughnut—that fried in peanut oil. This dish has a shiny and golden look with crispy taste, almost similar to mahua in Chinese cuisine and lubid-lubid in Filipino cuisine. In Javanese untir-untir means "twisted", while in Indonesian kue tambang means "rope cake"; both refer to its twisted rope-like shape. This doughnut popular in Javanese community in Java, but today it can found nationwide. Sesame seeds can be added in the untir-untir.[1]

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  1. ^ "Resep Untir-Untir Kacang Wijen Enak, Jajanan Pasar yang Selalu Bikin Mulut Bergoyang - Semua Halaman - Sajian Sedap". sajiansedap.grid.id.