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Bakpia

Bakpia

Bakpia is a food made from a mixture of green beans with sugar, wrapped in flour, then baked. The name Bakpia is derived from the Hokkien dialect, the word “bak” which means meat and “pia” which means cake, which literally means bread containing meat. Bakpia is well-known to come from the Pathok (Pathuk) area, Yogyakarta. Some said since its originaly made of pork meat wh...

Geplak

Geplak

Geplak is the typical food town of Bantul, a district in Yogyakarta. This food is made from grated coconut and sugar or palm sugar that tastes sweet. Geplak usually produced by the domestic industry. Geplak easily obtained at the center by-the like on Jl. Mataram, markets and market Beringharjo Kranggan, Yogyakarta. . . . Source : http://www.katalogkota.com/images/stories/jogja_flash/makanan_kh...

Bakpia

Bakpia

Bakpia is food made from green beans mixed with sugar and wrapped in grilled flour. Food is quite famous in Indonesia so many areas that trying to modify bakpia inidan become the region’s favorite foods, but the most famous is the origin of local bakpia Pathok (Pathuk), Yogyakarta. Snacks can be purchased bakpia Pathok 75, Jl. Pathuk. . . . Source : http://www.dunia-ibu.org/artikel/tanya-...

Gudeg

Gudeg

Yogyakarta is a typical warm dishes made from young jackfruit cooked in coconut milk. Gudeg served with tofu, tempeh, eggs and eaten as a complement to rice. Usually the presentation of warm also equipped with sambal goreng and krecek. The most delicious warm in Warung Yu Djum. Located on Jl. Kaliurang near Mataram ditch UGM campus. Prices start from Rp.5000 up to Rp.20,000. . . .Source : http:/...