Wednesday, October 17, 2007

How to weave a Ketupat

On, the RamblingLibrarian posted a link to a post by Jussaemon that describes how to weave a ketupat.

"Ketupat is a rice cake made out of coconut leave weaved into a diamond shape."

I remember that when I was a Junior College student, I took part in a one-time activity where participants learn how to weave a ketupat. It was quite a fun experience. I vaguely recall that a few days after the event, I would still weave and unweave the ketupat that I had weaved during the event. Well, practising is one good way to learn.

So do check out: How to weave a Ketupat.

You may also wish to read about the process of making ketupat, posted by Jussaemon.


Simple American said...

How does it taste?

oceanskies79 said...

It taste like rice....cooked, and usually with a slightly sticky and texture.