Tompek Selong Mentok

Tompek Selong fresh from the Oven.
Picture taken by Safri Ishak, March 2010.
Rumah Noviar Ishak Mentok Bangka.
Petang petang beli di Rebak Saguk Kampong Tanjong, sore hari di masak dan besok paginya diantar kepasar, harganya 800 rupiah di tempat dan seribu rupiah di pasar.
Pas manisnya, terasa kacangnya dan gurih tompek selongnya.

Resep Martabak Manis.

Bahan Kulit:
250 gr tepung terigu
1 sdt ragi instan (yeast)
150 gr gula pasir
375 cc santan hangat
2 butir telur

¼ sdt soda kue

Bahan Isi menurut selera:
Kacang tanah, sangrai, kupas, cincang
Wijen, sangrai
Gula pasir
Keju Parut
Susu kental manis

Cara Membuat:
1. Masukkan ragi ke dalam santan hangat, aduk sampai larut dan berbuih, sisihkan.
2. Campur tepung dan gula, buat lubang ditengahnya, masukkan telur ke dalamnya. Uleni sambil dituangkan larutan santan, sampai gula larut, masukkan soda kue, uleni kembali sampau tercampur rata. Biarkan kurang lebih 15-20 menit di tempat yang hangat.
3. Panaskan wajan martabak dan olesi margarine. Tuang adonan ke dalamnya sampai naik dan permukaannya agak mengering dan bagian luarnya menjadi kecoklatan.
4. Angkat dan letakkan ke atas telenan potong.
5. Taburkan gula pasir ke permukaan martabak hingga rata. Disusul dengan susu kental manis. Sesuai dengan selera, taburi bahan kesukaan anda dan bahan taburan dapat dikombinasi.
6. Lipat martabak menjadi 2, potong menurut selera.

Untuk 10-12 potong

Kue Lumpang

Tompek Ambor

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