I was walking down the street when I saw this man selling the traditional candy similiar to "cotton candy" which I used to eat it during my childhood. This candy has different names such as Harum Manis or Arum Manis (trans: Sweet Fragrant ) and Rambut Nenek (trans: Grandma's Hair).
I asked the man how to make harum manis and without any hesitation, he explained it to me. The main ingredients are sugar, flour and vegetable oil. It's pretty interesting to know the process of making this Harum Manis. First, heat the sugar and vegetable oil together until it becomes clump then add a little food color (usually red color), pour flour on the sugar dough to become formed. Next, put it on a brass foil and then it need to be pull over and over until it becomes like fiber/thread. This process is quite difficult because it requires special skill and extra energy.