Krupuk

Krupuk or kerupuk in Indonesia; keropok in Malaysia; kropek in the Philippines; bánh phồng tôm in Vietnam; kroepoek in the Netherlands is a popular snack in parts of East and Southeast Asia as well as former colonizer the Netherlands and another of its former colonies, Suriname. Krupuk are deep fried crackers made from starch and other ingredients that usually give the taste. Prawn based krupuk are popular types of krupuk. These are called krupuk udang in Indonesian, prawn crackers in British and also in Australian English, shrimp chips or shrimp crackers in American English, Krabbenchips (Crab chips) in German, Nuvole di Drago (Dragon's Clouds) in Italian, 炸庀虾片 (fried prawn crisps) in Chinese.

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Krupuk - Preparation
... Krupuk are made by mixing prawns, tapioca flour and water ... In the traditional way, to achieve maximum crispiness, raw krupuk usually are sun-dried first before frying, to eliminate the moisture ... Most varieties of krupuk can also be prepared in a microwave oven, in which a few discs can be cooked in less than a minute ...
List Of Indonesian Dishes - Dishes
... Rice porridge served with soy sauce, spices, fried shallots, shredded chicken meat, beans, cakwee, krupuk, and sambal ... in coconut milk, labu, jackfruit, and krupuk ... Krecek Java Made from krupuk kulit (skin cracker), potato, and soy beans ...