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Keripik Bonggol Pisang Resep – Devi Aini Faradifa (21), a student of the University of Malikusali’s business management research program, processes banana stems into chips to become a new source of income. Photo: Ist.
Limited resources, unlimited creativity. This principle seems to be followed by students taking the creativity and innovation course at the University of Malikusali. Dwi Aini Faradifa (21), a student in the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences’ Business Management Research Program, can stick to this principle and turn banana stems into delicious chips.
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Devi admits that processing bananas into ‘crispy’ chips started with an assignment in a creativity and innovation course taught by Lecturer Maisyura MSM. When he received an assignment from a university, initially Devi was confused about which field to innovate.
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He saw many banana trees in the Savang region of North Aceh, including where he lived in Kede Sawang. People simply consume the fruit for various purposes, such as making chips or even making vegetables. “But the tree has just been dropped,” said Devi Aini Faradifa on Wednesday (7/7/2021).
A student at Keude Sawang admits that the idea of processing banana trees into unbleached chips was born from his mind. He saw a video on a social media platform. Residents of Gunungkidul, Central Java process banana trees into chips.
After consulting with the lecturer, Devi began experimenting with processing banana stems into chips. Support from the lecturers fueled Dwi’s enthusiasm and finally a product called Banana Leaf Taro was born.
The name “taro” is coined because when the chips are ready to eat, they look like taro snacks, which contain scaly fibers that match the texture of the banana tree stem. The texture of the coconut actually makes the chips more special, says Devi.
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To make Banana Leaf Taro, Dwi needs a fresh banana tree. Remove the pulp from the banana tree and wash it thoroughly with boiling water. Then thinly slice it into desired shape and soak it in water for a night or two. “Then rinse again until the sap is completely gone,” explains Devi.
After drying, thinly sliced banana leaves are mixed with flour and fried. It can be mixed with various flavors, such as spicy and salty.
“At the moment I only produce balado flavored banana chips. “In the future, we are ready to launch various flavors based on the market demand,” added Devi.
Banana Leaf Taro is now available in several stores in North Aceh and online. Dwi hopes someone can produce higher quality and larger quantities of banana chips to reach a wider market. “Funding is still the main obstacle. As for raw materials, they are abundant in Savang, says Devi.
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He admits that he was not immediately successful in producing the banana tree chips. According to him, the banana stem chip was as successful as expected in the third trial. By following the training, the deer can produce crispy banana chips.
The proceeds from the sale of Banana Leaf Taro can help boost Faradayfa’s pocket money. He sells chips for IDR 3,000 in a 9 x 15 cm plastic bag.
The lecturer of the creativity and innovation course appreciated the creativity and tenacity of the Mysore students in producing the mass-purchased snacks. “Limited resources and funds are not obstacles, the important thing is to get started,” Maisyura said encouragingly. [Ayi Jufridar] Ares, the name of this dish. The name is reminiscent of the god of war in Greek mythology. In Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, in Lombok People’s Life Cycle Gatherings, main menu. It is often paired with young chives cooked in coconut milk.
A party doesn’t feel complete without a lion. From village parties, Ars has become a restaurant staple, a special menu for tourists. Ares is usually found in village parties, but is now easy to find in the city.
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It feels soft. A little sweetness is added between the spiced yeast mixture mixed with condensed coconut milk. Arslan’s main ingredient is the banana stem, which can be cut into small pieces and swallowed at once. A young banana plant has a lot of sap. To remove impurities, the pieces are mixed by hand or wood. It clings like a spider’s web. After that, season it with coarse salt. Then add coconut milk, chili, pepper and other spices to taste.
These lions are young banana trees. Outside of gatherings, the banana plant is used as fodder for livestock, especially cattle. At other times, it becomes a food that is now recognized as a local food brand of Lombok. Raised the tourism scene.
As it relates to banana cutting, at every party, the arsenic handlers are almost all men. Starting with picking the banana stem, peel it until you get the stem and inner stem into small pieces. Then, remove the puree, cook and serve in front of the guests.
I toured several traditional villages with Lombok artist Mohamed Safwan and asked about the history of these dishes. There is no clear story as to who cooked it first and why the idea of cooking banana stems came about. All the stories are basically the same, emerging during times of drought and famine.
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During the dry season, it is difficult for cattle to obtain the staple food grass. There is one plant that can live easily, and that is the banana. In fact, even in the harshest regions, bananas can still survive.
Once, a farmer saw his cattle eating a delicious meal. It occurred to me to try baking banana leaves. Looks good. Since then, the banana plant has become a staple food, especially in rural areas.
“There’s no real story, just stories in the community that the breeder who first tested it was named Lock Ares. So it is called ares. This is just a story. “I asked some of our parents, and sometimes they say that,” Safwan said.
The story of this food became a savior after being witnessed by parents who lived through the Dutch and Japanese colonial periods of starvation. When the colonists arrived in Lombok, crops were often bought cheaply. In fact, often by force.
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During lean times and when crops were controlled by the colonists, Ares became the savior of the people. Planting herbs in the yard. Because of the good taste of rice, those who suffer from hunger will try another ingredient, still a part of the banana stem: pumpkin. The bottom of the banana has roots. This banana plant is also used as fodder for cattle and is more durable than the banana plant.
I often heard my late grandmother’s stories about the famine in Lombok. It is common for residents to eat banana peels and stems. In fact, without seasoning, they just boil.
If you are picking a young banana plant, you can pick a banana plant that has fruit or not. My grandfather’s story is 83 years old, in 1965 in Prague politics, many people ate banana nests. Food was scarce in those days, so many people had what they had in the garden.
Banana pulp is processed into shredded banana pulp. Many people order because they are interested. Photo: Fathul Rahman/Indonesia
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In Amina’s hands, banana nests turn into delicious food. This resident of Pusuk Lestari village in West Lombok processes banana pulp into minced meat. Mixed with a variety of spices, finely chopped banana pulp becomes a by-product of the farmers’ group he leads. Together with the women of Pusuk Lestari forest hill village, they deal with Gadong
Her husband, Samsudin, invited me to make banana split pudding. Peeled bananas are not tasty when eaten whole. From several experiences, there are three types of bananas that are processed for food, namely Lomak bananas, Saba and Javan bananas (the flesh of the banana contains seeds). Other bananas are not as delicious as these three.
Cut the inner banana tube into small pieces and soak them in salt water. Then let it dry and cut it again. After drying, mix with yeast.
Jaya Berka Group’s main business is the processing of coal. Gadong is a type of cancer. Thorny and creeping plants. Most of them are found in forests.
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You have to take it seriously. If it’s not perfect, it can be toxic. Small doses can cause poisoning, in severe cases hallucinations and even unconsciousness. If water soaked in saffron is poured over a group of ants, they will die.
Cut the beans into small pieces and soak them in salt water for five days. Change the water every day until it is completely clear.
Residents on the coast of Senggi drowned Gadong in the sea. After the beans are cut, put them in a bag and soak them in the sea. In areas with rivers, they leave the gadong in the river for four or five days. Beans become food during the lean season. When her husband does not go to sea due to bad weather.
It takes five days to remove the poisonous sap from the Gadong cave. The saline solution should be changed daily. Photo: Fathul Rahman/Indonesia
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If you’re sure it’s not poisonous, crush or break it into small pieces. After that, steam it into flour. The flour is processed into a variety of wet and dry cakes. If you want to make chips, thinly slice the beans, steam, and dry-fry them.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Amina joked that her family is not worried about running out of food. Later, if they do not get basic food aid from the government, they are ready with various forest and garden products in Pusuk Lestari.
If the outbreak continues, Aminah said she will start harvesting wheat, turning it into flour and not selling it. He also has a lot of vegetables in his yard.
Since the NTB decided to ban public gatherings on March 16, 2020, Amina has not felt a shortage of food. He just came down from the mountain to buy rice. The rest is in nature.
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Here. I don’t go to the market anymore, but it’s safe for everyday food. It’s just that kids are bored because they don’t go to school,” he said with a laugh.
Immy Suci Rohyani is a lecturer in environmental science at Mataram University. In addition to being a lecturer at the National Campus in Mataram City, Immi is also a caretaker at Madrasa Sayang Ibu. A school with the concept of being one with nature, Immi grows a variety of spices and medicinal plants, including rare local foods. Plants that normally grow wild in forests and gardens are now cultivated in Madras gardens.
Immy has explored local foods several times. He hunted in the traditional markets of Lombok to find, document and identify this plant.
Wet cakes, chips and oatmeal made by Jaya Berka Trading Group in Pusuk Lestari Village, West Lombok District. Dioscorea hispida
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