Geplak is one of Jogja's traditional foods that are still often found and enjoyed by many tourists. Geplak is found in many places by souvenirs or places to eat. Geplak is suitable for use because, without preservatives, geplak is not easily stale. And the taste of geplak itself is dominated by sweetness so that it is easily attached to the tongue of the community.
Here Depostjogja has summarized how to make geplak:
Prepare 150 grams of grated coconut
Take 100 grams of rice flour
Prepare 3000 grams of sugar
Use 100 ml of water
Prepare a little salt
Prepare enough food coloring
Here's how to make geplak:
Roast the rice flour until fragrant and light then add the grated coconut, roast it until the coconut is dry
Boil sugar, water, and salt until the sugar dissolves then add the flour mixture cook, until it shrinks
Give it a color and leave it until it's heavy/dry.
Remove, let stand for a while then print using 2 spoons and let stand until it dries
Then put it in the refrigerator overnight to make it taste better