Indonesia Eats

Onde Onde Ketawa – Javanese Style Sesame Seed Balls

This is one of Javanese snacks. I saw this recipe on my friend’s multiply, but unfortunately that recipe is in metric standard measurement, so I have to convert to US standard measurement, since I don’t have any kitchen scale.

Ketawa means laugh. I guessed it was given that name because it’s chapped and looks like a person that laugh :D.

Category: Appetizers and Snacks
Style: Indonesian

Ingredients:
2 ½ cup cake and pastry flour
1 ¾ tbsp margarine
5/8 cup = 10 tbsp sugar
1 tsp baking powder
2 eggs
sesame seed to cover all over the balls
oil to deep fry

Directions:
• Place margarine and sugar in a bowl and beat until sugar dissolves. Add eggs and rebeat until thicken.
• Add flour and baking powder, whisk until well-blended.
• Shape into 3-3.5 cm balls. Dip in water and roll into sesame seed until it’s covered by sesame seed.
• Deep fry in warm oil until the balls start to chap, turn up the heat and continue to fry until golden brown.

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9 thoughts on “Onde Onde Ketawa – Javanese Style Sesame Seed Balls”

  1. Hi Suanne
    You gave me an idea to give away these onde-onde for my Chinese friend who celebrates Chinese New Year. Thank you

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