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Meuseukat is an dodol-like cake found in Acehnese cuisine. The cake is made using flour, sugar, a mixture of pineapple and lemon juice, and butter. The pineapple used in the cake imparts a yellow hue. Meuseukat is typically served on special occasions, such as during wedding festivities, and religious celebrations like Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha.
The term meuseukat is likely cognate with Burmese masakat, a confection popular in Upper Myanmar.