There are many mobile street food vendor in Indonesia. They sell various types of foods and open any time of the day. The variety from gorengan/ fried stuff such as fried bananas, fried tahu/beancurd, tempe/ soybeans , ubi/ sweet potatoes & many other traditional Indonesian cakes.
When I was little I like to eat Fried ubi (fried sweet potatoes), fried bananas, Martabak (just like thick pancake with stuff inside) & many of the traditional cakes. Since I am living here, I have been missing some of those food. Normally I will try to prepare it my self.
This time I like to share one of the street food vendor called Kue Pukis. Kue means cake & Pukis is the type of cake in Indonesia.
Kue Pukis is simple & easy to make. I like the cake because it is soft, not too sweet & easy to make.
I have another post in the past about this cake with similar recipe.
150 gram all-purpose flour
120 gram granulated sugar
180 ml santen ( coconut milk)
1/2 tbsp gist
Cook the santen (coconut milk ) until boil. Lift & set aside. Let it cool.
Mix the gist with the flour & set aside.
Mix the eggs & sugar until fluffy. Add the mixer of flour & gist continue mix it.
Add the santen ( coconut milk ) mix well. Set aside for about 30 minutes.
Heat the Pukis mold/ pan. Brush with cooking oil or margarine.
Pour the batter to the mold/ pan, cover & continue until it cooked. About 3/4 done put the topping such as cheese, chocolate or raisin. Continue cook until it done.
Take the cake from the mold/pan and repeat until all the batter is finish. Serve while it is warm.