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MUNG BEAN KUE SATU RECIPE – Kue satu (in West Java and Jakarta) or kue koya (in Central and East Java) is a popular traditional cookies of white-colored sweet mung beans powder that is crumbled when being bitten. It is commonly found as traditional cookie in Indonesia, especially in Java Island. In Indonesia, this cookie is popularly served during festive occasions, such as Eid al Fitr, Christmas, and Chinese New Year. It is believed that the cookies derived from Chinese traditional cookies or dry cookies. It is one of the simplest and easiest traditional cookies in Indonesian cuisine. It employed only four ingredients; mung beans, powdered sugar, vanilla essence, and water. If you want to know its recipe then take a look at the Mung Bean Kue Satu recipe below.


  • 200 g mung bean, roasted, taken its husk
  • 175 g powdered sugar
  • 2 tbsp. water
  • ¼ tsp. vanilla essence


  1. Blend the roasted mung bean or you can grind the roasted mung bean using mortar and pestle until finely granulated.
  2. To make sure that you get granulated mung bean powder, sift it and put it in a small sized bowl.
  3. Mix the granulated mung bean powder together with powdered sugar, vanilla essence, and water until soft and fluffy.
  4. Mold the mixture in the kue satu mold while being pressed in order to make it solid.
  5. Bake in the preheated oven at 150° C until well baked.
  6. Remove from the oven and take its mold out of the kue satu. Let it cool then store in the air-proof container.


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