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Children's Snack Recipes in the 90s, Jadoel Really!

Children's Snack Recipes in the 90s, Jadoel Really!
Children's Snack Recipes in the 90s, Jadoel Really!

For Jofiers born in the 90s who may have finished school at this time &is the current generation undoubtedly has a favorite snack. And childhood is one of the most latif in our lives, which has a simple life &in mind only school, playing with friends, and spending money on snacks.

Speaking of snacks, in the 90s there were a lot of famous snacks. Starting from chocolate, sweets to light meals such as chiki-chiki which are very cheap. Well, for Jofiers who want to remember & want to try snacks in the 90s, but are blocked because maybe at this time the snacks were sporadically found &sold. Can try it at home.

How about it, huh? Follow here, come on! 


Jipang

Jipang on the market is formed according to benno rice, which is rice that has been heated to bloom many times over. To make it, Jofiers also needs a special heating device that is not sold freely. However, don't worry because these snacks can be outsmarted using a home scale. The taste is the same using those sold in the market.

1. Necessary Materials

1/2 kg of dried glutinous rice

  • 250 grams of granulated sugar

  • 1 cup 90's kids snacks brown sugar, comb

  • 3/4 cup cooking oil for caramel

  • cooking oil to taste for frying rice.


    2. How to Make

    Prepare a pan that has been poured cooking oil to taste. After the cooking oil is hot, fry the dried glutinous rice until it blooms, for example, in a barrage.

  • Drain the glutinous rice into a paper-based container, so that more oil is absorbed.

  • While waiting for the oil to come down, Jofiers prepares sugar to create caramel by putting 3/4 cup of cooking oil & granulated sugar in the pan.

  • Cook until sugar melts & brown.

  • Add brown sugar and mixer until smooth. And make sure that the sugar perishes and does not coagulate. Don't forget, to use a mini fire so that the sugar is not burnt.

  • Put the rice drained from the oil into the caramel. Stir again until the sugar and popcorn are mixed homogeneously. And still use a small barah so that it doesn't burn easily.

  • Then, put it in a baking dish and then grind it to compact it. Let it stand for a moment so that the jipang solidifies.

  • And the last step, prune the jipang using a sharp knife and ruler to make it neater. Jipang is ready to be enjoyed~

    Ice Cork

    For Jofiers in the 90's, undoubtedly still don't forget this one ice snack that generally waits in front of the school. Generally, this cork ice is served together with thick sweetness which makes the taste even fresher. And Jofiers was also able to make it himself in the dwelling , not only a variant of rainbow cork ice, but also capable of brown cork ice. Come on, follow the steps here.

    1. Necessary Materials

    360 gr of hunkwe flour

  • 10 tablespoons of brown powder

  • 2. five liters of water

  • 1 can of gorgeous thick

  • sugar to taste

  • salt to taste

    2. How to Create

    First, prepare the container & mix all the ingredients such as hunkwe flour, chocolate powder, water, graceful condensed milk, sugar & salt into the container. Then mix well until evenly distributed.

  • Pour it into the pan, then boil it. Do not forget to make it using medium barah while stirring until thickened.

  • After that, remove & drain first so that the dishes do not burn.

  • Then, put the ice solution on the mold. Then add it to the freezer.

  • After waiting for a few mins, remove it based on the freezer.

  • Then put it on a cutting board, & cut the ice as a thin rectangular shape.

  • Wrap one by one the cork ice with plastic, then add it back into the freezer. Leave a few hours until the frost freezes.

  • The last step, take the cork ice from the freezer & the cork ice is ready to be enjoyed!

    Dadar Roll Rose Core Coconut

    Jofiers must have been familiar with this one snack which is green and contains elegantly grated coconut which has now been developed into modern food. The material used is also exactly the same as the old-school roller omelette, here! Come on, follow the methods here.

    1. Necessary Materials

    Leather Material:

    250 gr of all-purpose wheat

  • 25 grams of tapioca

  • 25 grams of sugar

  • 1/2 teaspoon salt

  • vanilla powder to taste

    Skin Coloring Materials:

    500 ml of pandan water

  • 1 egg

  • 65 ml of coconut milk

  • 1 tbsp canola oil

    Coconut Core Ingredients:

    Grated 1 coconut

  • 160 grams of brown sugar

  • 100 milliliters of water

  • 2 lbr pandan leaves

  • 1/4 teaspoon salt

  • 1 graceful wood

    2. How to Create

    Prepare ingredients such as sifting wheat flour and tapioca, then mix using pandan juice a little bit, until the texture is just right & does not coagulate.

  • Next put the ingredients such as eggs, coconut milk and canila oil. Then stir with a whisker until the ingredients are mixed homogeneously.

  • Prepare a non-stick hot pan or flat Teflon. Pour the dough moderately until it fills the pan.

  • Then cook using a mini-medium to slightly porous barah. Cook this mixture until it is finished then remove it & set aside in a heat-resistant container or dish.

  • Next, Jofiers makes the coconut core filling by cooking a mixture of water, brown sugar, pandan leaves & salt until the sugar dissolves.

  • Add the grated coconut and the pretty wood. Stir using evenly until the sugar solution seeps into the grated coconut.

  • If the coconut core is almost dry, remove & separate until cool.

  • Then, round the coconut core as much as a ping pong ball. After that, cut the edge of the omelette sheet roll 6 times using a length of approximately five centimeters.

  • The last step, place the coconut core in the center and then start twisting until it forms a rose. Dadar roller roses are ready to serve!

    Those are some recipes for children's snacks in the 90s. So, which snacks do Jofiers like? And don't forget to capture it while reminiscing about childhood. Good luck!

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