Getuk Pisang has this distinguished taste of sweet and astringent combined.
Kitchenesia.com - If you happen to travel to Kediri's city of East Java, you may see a lot of stores selling the city's Getuk Pisang (Pressed Banana Cake). The sweetness with somewhat astringent taste from the banana will surely melt your heart away within every bite of it. Fortunately, you can afford to make a home version of it.
Simply follow Kitchenesia's easy step-by-step guide!
Duration : 60 minutes
Yield : 4 pieces
5 banana horns, steamed, mashed
125 grams of brown sugar, shredded
1/2 teaspoon salt 50 grams of rice flour
25 grams of sago flour
100 ml coconut milk from 1/2 coconut
Banana leaf for wrapping
1. Mix the banana horn, brown sugar, salt, rice flour, and sago flour. Stir evenly. Pour coconut milk. Stir evenly agajn.
2. Wrap with banana leaves in lontong length of around 4 cm in diameter. Pin it with a stick in both ends.
3. Steam over medium heat for 45 minutes until it is fully cooked. Lift it up and until it cools down. Cut into pieces. Getuk Pisang is ready to be served.