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Kue pinyaram
Kue pinyaram being sold in traditional market
Alternative namesPanyaram, penyaram
TypeCake, kue
CourseDessert, snack
Place of originIndonesia
Region or stateWest Sumatra
Main ingredientsRice flour, corn flour, coconut milk, cooking oil

Pinyaram, panyaram, or penyaram (Jawi: ڤيڽرام) is traditional kue of Minangkabau in West Sumatra, Indonesia. This dish served during certain occasion, such as wedding parties, Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr. Today, pinyaram can be used as typical souvenir of Minangkabau.[1]


Pinyaram is made from mixture of white sugar or palm sugar, white rice flour or black rice, and coconut milk, the way to cooked is quite similar like cooking pancake.

A plate of kue pinyaram.


Pinyaram is mainly divided into two variants, that are pinyaram putih (made from white rice) and pinyaram hitam (made from black rice). But today, pinyaram can be colorful.

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