Kue Rangi – A Traditional Indonesian Coconut Cake

Kue rangi or sagu rangi is a very traditional Indonesian coconut cake made of coconut and starch-based batter that cooked in a special molded pan. It is one of the traditional Betawi snack of Jakarta, and often described as Indonesian coconut waffle.


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Deliciousness 1
Popularity 1.5
Ingredients 1
Hygiene 1
Cost 2

Location Shooting
Depok, West Java, Indonesia

Did You Know?

Here are some known facts about this food – what it is, what’s inside, and what makes it the best.

Fact 1: What This Food Is
Kue rangi or sagu rangi is a very traditional Indonesian coconut cake made of coconut and starch-based batter that cooked in a special molded pan.

Fact 2: What’s Inside the Food
This cake is made from a mixture of tapioca starch, which is called by Betawi people as sago flour, with grated coconut flesh, salt, mixed with water as a batter and poured upon a special metal mold and baked on a small stove.

Fact 3: What Makes the Food Best
Kue rangi is served with a spread of liquid brown sugar or coconut sugar sauce thickened with a little starch, thus it has a thick, slightly runny, gelatinized sweet brown sauce. Traditionally, freshly baked kue rangi usually has a pleasant smoky aroma because it is cooked using wood-fueled stove.

Original Name of the Food
Kue Rangi or Sagu Rangi

Place of Origin: Indonesia
Region or State: Java

Commonly Found in Countries
Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore

Known Variants
Kue Rangi, Sagu Rangi, Rangi Cake, Sagu Cake


Behind the Scenes

Know who worked behind-the-scenes, the camera equipments, the hardware, and the software.

Born in Depok, Indonesia, in 1983, Rahmat Soleh has been working in film and television industry more than over a decade. Now, he is a well-known senior camera man, shoots mainly with Sony FS7, and famous for taking action and fighting sequences.

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Nasrul has been setting new standards as an author, photographer, editor, educator, and art director for nearly two decades. Currently Dean of the Department of Art and Photography, and Language and Linguistics at Light & Composition University, Before founding the Light & Composition University, from 2000 to 2007, Nasrul made 4 documentaries, 35 animated commercials, and more than one hundred high-end corporate websites.

Technical Details

Camera:
DJI Osmo Pocket
DJI Osmo Pocket 2
DJI Spark
DJI Mini 2
Insta360 GO 2
Redmi Note 9 Pro Max

Hardware:
Apple MacBook Pro M1

Software:
Apple Final Cut Pro X
Apple Motion
Apple Compressor
Insta360 Studio 2021

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