What is kue Pepe?

What is kue Pepe?

Kue Pepe (Lapis Sagu) Recipe – Indonesian Steamed Layered Sago Cake.

What is kue lapis made of?

The cake is made of rice flour, sago, coconut milk, sugar, salt, and food colouring. Popular food colouring includes green-coloured pandan and red frozen food colouring.

Where did Kue Lapis originate from?

Kueh lapis or also spelled as kuih lapis/kue lapis is a beautiful traditional steamed cake which originates from Indonesia. The term ‘lapis’ simply means layer in Indonesian and Malay referring to the construct of the kueh.

What is Lapis Sagu made of?


50ml Water (To Extract Pandan and Suji Leaves Juice) 10 Suji Leaves (Daun Suji)
700ml Water 175g Rice Flour
2 Beetroots 500g Tapioca Flour
10 Pandan Leaves 600g Caster Sugar
2 Tablespoons Cooking Oil

When was kueh lapis invented?

The origins of this cake is, in fact, European. In the 17th century, the Dutch brought to Indonesia, which would become part of its East Indies later, their recipe for a layered cake commonly made in their homeland using a cylindrical spit. This evolved to become kueh lapis.

How do you store kueh lapis?

Storing and Serving: Once the cake has cooled completely, store the cake in a container. Let the cake rest at room temperature for one day for the flavours to develop. Slice the cake and serve. The cake can be kept at room temperature in a container for 1 week or in the refrigerator for up to 3 weeks.

Is kueh lapis Heaty?

Although it is a sweet dish, it is usually eaten as a snack or at any time of the day. It is fresh soft silken tofu that is paired up with palm sugar spiked with fresh ginger. This is indeed a healthy snack and has a cooling effect on the body even when consumed hot, as it is customarily done so.

How much is kueh lapis?

It’s no surprise that the two cheapest large cakes are from Indonesian brands: Layers Batam (formerly called LaMoist – ick!) and Deli Indo….Compare Credit Cards in Singapore and get $200 cash!

Kueh lapis shop 2022 price per cake
Ollella $24.80 for 350g
Deli Indo $26 for 600g
Layers Batam $28 for 550g