Misro, Sweet On The Inside

misro

This traditional food called Misro, derived from Sundanese (West Java) which stands for amis di jero or sweet on the inside. It is made from grated cassava and filled with palm sugar inside, then fried. Misro usually has round-shaped and delicious when eaten warm.

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