Jemput Jumput refer to Indonesia banana fritters made from ripe bananas, flour, white sugar, baking powder and oil for frying. It is made by mixing the mashed bananas into the batter made from baking powder, flour and salt and then deep-fry. Jemput Jumput is served as snacks.

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