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Indonesia: Fried fish cracker

Yohana's Culinary Journey relates how Indonesians love to eat any kind of crunchy fried fish cracker. The food item is called krupuk.

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  • Lynn Van Eick

    I NEED KRUPUK AND IMPING TO FRY FOR MY HUSAND WHO IS FROM JAKARTA> WHERE CAN I ORDER IT FROM>>>>>HOLLAND?

  • Hi Lynn,
    That’s easy. Living in Holland you will find all the krupuk (spelled kroepoek in Dutch) and emping that your husband can eat. Most if not all supermarkets sell it. And then there are some of the specialized Asian stores such as Oriental and many others. You’ll be confused with the selection.
    Bring your husband along and I’l bet he’ll be able to show you his favorite brand.

    Good luck,
    Chris

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