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SESAME SEEDS SEMPRONG RECIPE – Semprong, kue Semprong, Sapit, Sepit, kue Belanda, or Kapit is a traditional wafer snack made by clasping egg batter using an iron mold (Waffle iron) which is heated up on a charcoal stove. It is commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei. The mold has two plates that are clasped tightly together and attached to long handles for manipulating over a charcoal stove. It demonstrates colonial link between Indonesia and the Netherlands, as it commonly found in most of major cities in Indonesia. It is believed to be derived from Dutch egg roll wafer. Here, we will give you a special semprong recipe called Sesame Seeds Semprong that uses sesame seeds as one of the ingredients. Want to know its recipe? Take a look at the Sesame Seeds Semprong Recipe below.


  • 100 g tapioca flour
  • 175 g wheat flour
  • 250 g palm sugar
  • ½ tsp. salt
  • ½ tsp. vanilla extract
  • 3 eggs, freely mixed
  • 500 ml thick coconut milk
  • 2 ½ tbsp. white/black sesame seeds


  1. Mix the wheat flour together with palm sugar, salt, and vanilla extract. Stir then make a hole in the center of it.
  2. Add the egg and thick coconut milk a little by little while being stirred gently. Strain the mixture in order to make it really smooth.
  3. Add the sesame seeds then stir.
  4. Heat up the semprong mold or egg roll mold.
  5. Pour the mixture into the mold then flatten it, cook until well cooked.
  6. Roll the semprong using chopsticks while it is still hot.
  7. Cool it and store in the air-proof container.

Note: Make approximately 400 g.


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