Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Traditional Indonesian Food Cireng

Cireng (abbreviation of ACI fry, Sundanese for 'fried flour starch') is a snack that comes from the Sunda region is created with the fry batter mix of the main starch flour. This snack is very popular in the area Priangan, and sold in many forms and Variations in taste. Food is quite famous in the era of 80-an. This food consists of, among other starch flour, wheat flour, water, pepper powder, salt, garlic, soy, spring onion and oil. Now Cireng not only in Priangan, but has spread to almost all over the archipelago. Cireng generally sold by merchants who take bicycle with equipment to make Cireng on the back of the bike.

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