Kue satu / Kue Satru (in West Java and Jakarta) or kue koya (in Central and East Java) is a popular traditional kue kering (traditional cookie) of white-colored sweet mung beans powder that is crumbled when being bitten. It is commonly found as traditional cookie in Indonesia, especially in Java island. In Indonesia, this cookie is popularly served during festive occasions, such as Lebaran (Eid al Fitr), Natal (Christmas), and Imlek (Chinese new year). It is believed that the cookies derived from Chinese Peranakan traditional cookies or dry kue.
Composition : green beans and sugar
Exp date :31-12-2025