Onde-Onde local food innovation made from purple sweet potatoes. / Inovasi Pangan Lokal Onde-Onde Berbahan Dasar Ubi Jalar Ungu.

Abstract

Sweet potato is an annual (short-lived) plant and is classified into a type of sweet potato plant. After one production, this plant will die. Sweet potato as a carbohydrate-producing agricultural commodity has no doubt existed among the people. Even sweet potatoes are used as food reserves if the production of rice and corn is not sufficient. Sweet potatoes can meet the nutritional needs of the body's health due to its complete nutritional content. So that sweet potatoes can be used as raw material innovations for making dumplings. Besides this innovation also aims that these dumplings also have their own uniqueness. Onde-onde is a traditional food made from wheat flour or glutinous rice flour that is fried or boiled and the surface is sprinkled with rice. This traditional food came from Mojokerto, East Java, so Mojokerto was dubbed the "onde-onde city".

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