8 Kinds of Typical Snack from Yogyakarta 0 What you look for when visiting Yogyakarta? A typical souvenir of Jogja, interesting sights, or culinary that always rocked your tongue? Yes, everything about Jogja is very interesting to discuss. In fact, everything inside Jogja will makes you return to Jogja again. There are also typical snack from Jogja. In fact, one of these snacks is the Sultan’s favorite. 8 Kinds of Typical Snack from Yogyakarta 1. Bakpia Bakpia is a typical Jogja snack, as well as souvenirs that are usually hunted by visitor. The contents of bakpia is diverse, ranging from cheese, chocolate, and durian. You need to know, the outer layer of bakpia from Jogja is not too fragile, so it won’t fall if you bite. This is because the qualified ingredients. Other Jogja Guides: 6 Romantic Attractions in Yogyakarta for You Both 2. Jadah Manten Overall, jadah manten also taste of glutinous rice, but this snack is filled with beef or chicken. Then, the cake is clamped with bamboo and burned until the aroma is out. Jadah manten is a must-buy snack when you’re in Jogja. This cake is more delicious if you eat in a warm. 3. Jadah Tempe Did you know that this traditional snack is the favorite snack of the Sultan? In the past, this snack sold only in the slopes of Mount Merapi. However, after the Sultan tasted, jadah tempe became known. In fact, he sent his guard to buy jadah tempe to Kaliurang. Jadah tempe is made from sticky rice served with tofu and tempeh bacem. Well, although in Jogja has a lot to sell this snack, but Jadah Tempe Mbah Carik is the most famous in this city. 4. Lemper Bakar In general, lemper is processed by steaming, then can be immediately eaten. However, in Kulon Progo, there is an interesting snack that is also a wet lemper. However, the lemper is served by burning until the banana leaves are blackish. Meanwhile, the basic ingredients make the burned lemper exactly the same as the lemper in general, which are sticky rice, chicken meat, and coconut milk. The difference, the fragrant aroma of burning lemper is thicken. In fact, you will definitely feel like to add more. 5. Semar Mendem Well, what is the relationship between Semar and typical Jogja snacks? Some say that this name comes from Semar who likes to eat until somewhat drunk. At first glance, this snack is similar to the rolled dumplings, or omelet. Meanwhile, the inside of the cake is the same as lemper, the sticky rice contains chicken. 6. Meniran This traditional snacks is also interesting to try. Meniran is a typical Wonosari wet snack, Gunung Kidul. This snack is made from a combination of rice, coconut milk, grated coconut, and salt. Meniran snack is usually served for treats, but some are taking it as a souvenir. Besides the cheap price, this snack also has a flavor that suit with the tongue. 7. Kipo There are interesting one in traditional market of Jogja. Kipo is a wet snack that is baked. This is contrast with most types of wet cakes that processed by steaming. This one has a legit and tasty flavor. Kipo comes from glutinous rice combined with coconut milk, brown sugar, and pandanus leaf water. The texture of this snack is quite chewy. 8. Lupis While hunting a typical snack from Jogja, don’t forget to try lupis. This is a traditional snack that you can find easily. The basic ingredient of lupis is glutinous rice steamed with banana leaves. Once cooked, lupis is served with grated coconut and brown sugar. At first glance, this snack is similar to klepon or cenyl, but still different flavor. Tag: bakpia bakpia from Jogja Gunung Kidul Jadah Manten jadah tempe Jadah Tempe Mbah Carik Jogja Guides Kipo Kulon Progo Lemper Bakar Lupis Meniran Semar Mendem snack from Jogja Snack From Yogyakarta souvenir of Jogja tempeh bacem traditional market of Jogja typical Jogja snack typical Jogja snacks typical snack from Jogja typical snack from Yogyakarta typical souvenir of Jogja visiting Yogyakarta Previous post 6 Romantic Attractions in Yogyakarta for You Both Next post 8 Places to Eat in Yogyakarta with Fine Atmosphere and Delicious Food Monroe A local explorer. Love to hike. You can find me near the South Square of Yogyakarta. Related articles Read more > 7 New Spots in Yogyakarta to Take a Selfie Read more > Your Holiday in Yogyakarta More Frugal if You Applied These Tips! Read more > 8 Tips to Explore Gunung Kidul Yogyakarta Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.