LOYANG OMA Bubur Biji Salak.
This dessert is called bubur biji salak or bubur candil in Indonesia. Bubur means porridge/congee in Indonesian. They are called as biji salak because of the shape resemblance to the seeds found in the middle of snake fruits (Salak). This fruit is native to Indonesia, but you can find them across Southeast Asia.
Candil on the other refers to the “ball” shape. There are candil ketan, which is usually made with mainly glutinous rice flour and a bit of tapioca flour and also candil ubi jalar like in this recipe, made with sweet potato and tapioca flour.
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