What is “jelly donut” in Indonesian?
To: Fresh Wind
The problem here is jelly, which, unless you are talking about red bean paste (adzooki or anku) (or variations on a theme, including bandelon, youd probably be better off thinking of Penang style Shrimp Paste: It is known also in many other languages as:
mắm bagoong alamang
haam ha/ha jeung
hom ha/hae ko
DOro Yaki from Japan might well serve as a sort of doughnut but I cant think of any SE Asian product that would meet the requirements ~ wheat being an imported product.
So, a shrimp paste stuffed doro yaki might be a visual substitute for a crurler or berliner, but not quite the same thing.
posted on 11/10/2010 8:17:10 AM PST
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