Ikan dikenal sebagai salah satu sumber protein yang baik bagi tubuh, selain daging dan ayam. Namun, penduduk Indonesia masih tergolong rendah dalam hal mengonsumsi ikan, terutama penduduk di pulau Jawa. Di Jawa, konsumsi ikan masih 32 kg per kapita per tahun, sementara di Sumatera dan Kalimantan konsumsi ikannya antara 32-43 per kapita per tahun, dan di Indonesia bagian timur sebanyak 40 kg per tahun, menurut data dari Kementerian Kelautan dan Perikanan. Padahal, manfaat makan ikan sangat banyak, terutama pada anak-anak yang masih dalam masa pertumbuhan.
Recipe Kue Putu Ayu
- 250 gr flour
- 4 eggs
- 75 gr sugar
- 160 ml coconut milk
- 1 teaspoon pandan paste
- ½ half old, gratedcoconut
- ½ teaspoon fine salt
- Electric mixer
- Putu Ayu moulds
1. Beat eggs, sugar and salt using an electric mixer until fluffy and rigid. Stop mixing, add flour gradually, stirring constantly with a plastic spatula. Add pandan paste and coconot milk and stir well.
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