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Bakpia is a food made from flour baked with a filling of mashed green beans mixed with sugar. Name of Bakpia comes from Hokkien dialect with original name Tou Luk Pia which literally means cake or bread filled with meat.
In Indonesia, this food is known as pia cake. Name of Bakpia was adopted from a typical Chinese food if you look at its historical origins, but along with its development type of Bakpia filling itself was adapted to Indonesian culture, such as by replacing it with green beans. Now, there are Bakpia filling types that have been developed with various flavors such as cheese, chocolate, green beans and durian.
In ancient times, residents of Yogyakarta, majority of whom were Muslim, changed filling in Bakpia recipe, which is pork, into green beans. At that time, they were not familiar with term trademark, so many Bakpia products sold to date are labeled with "manufacturer's house number" such as number 25, number 75 and other numbers.
Many Bakpia Pathok are made based on home-based production, area is widely known as the most famous Bakpia manufacturing and sales center in Yogyakarta area, so many tourists come to visit and buy Bakpia products in Pathok area.
Promotion level and strategic position of tourist area have made Bakpia Pathok afloat to this day. Bakpia Pathok packaging box was also displayed with new packaging but still using trademark according to house number. Then followed by emergence of a variety of different bakpia innovations of which there are approximately 100 of the most famous Bapkia brands.
Bakpia Pathok from Yogyakarta was booming around 1992 until present and has succeeded in becoming a tourist icon of Yogyakarta city in terms of center for souvenirs typical city of Yogyakarta. Bakpia pathok producers also continue to innovate following consumer tastes trends. Fill bakpia Pathok not only using green beans. But now it has been developed into a variety of Bakpia fillings. There's chocolate, cheese, green beans, and even durian stuffed bakpia.
Are you interested in trying it? You can buy Bakpia Pathok when you visit Yogyakarta. But now, several Bakpia brands have been sold online to reach a wider market.