Monday, August 13, 2007

Rempeyek/Indonesian Style Crunchy Peanut

Teh Niknik (Siti Wahyuni), my friend, is really kind to give me some rempeyek/Peanut Brittle and share the recipe to you. Thanks a lot. Rempeyek is so crunchy and tasty for snacks or to accompany your entree, e.g : Nasi Pecel (steamed rice served with cooked mix vegetables and peanut sauce). No doubt, it´s gone in a few minutes.



Ingredients:
400 g rice flour
100 g tapio
ca flour
peanuts, as required
4 kencur (kaemferia galanga), crushed
8 cloves garlic, crushed
4 candlenuts, crushed
1 tablespoon ground coriander
1 tablespoon s
alt
1 egg
1 can (400 ml) cocounut milk
900 ml water
5 lime leaves, finely sliced
cooking oil for frying

directions: combine all ingredients in a bowl and stir thoroughly. Heat the oil and fry the mixture over medium heat until golden brown on both sides. Drain on paper towel.


19 comments:

Lia said...

mba kalo diliat ama abangku bisa abis langsung setoples beliau hihihihihi

Sue Sue said...

Hamburg,
I love rempeyek with peanuts and ikan bilis. Always get my maid to do it whenever come Chinese New Year.

Andrie Anne said...

Aduh mba, kenapa siiy selalu membuat pembacamu laper berat?Pgn makannn terus bawaannyaa..ini enak bgt nih mba..

Isha said...

kesian deh gw, ngiler terussss T_T

Retno Prihadana said...

Lia: waduhh ada saingan makan peyek nih, sama dunk :)
Sue sue: I´ll do the same thing if I were you. Since I´ve lived in Hamburg, I have to do it by my own. When we had Indonesian gathering, my friend is very kind to give me some rempeyek and sharing the recipe. We can find and buy rempeyek easily at "Toko Indonesia", Hamburg. But, Homemade Rempeyek is the best.
Andrie anne: Ahhh..makanan di blognya anne juga mengundang selera terus.
Isha: yo wis klo mampir tak sediain tissue deh..he..he.

Kelly Mahoney said...

How different, it looks really cool.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Oh wow, I love this! I have been searching high and low for this recipe and now I got it! Thanks retno!! I know how delicious it is going to be already! YUM! :D

SeeC said...

Wow. Thats really tempting.
Lovely pictures

Retno Prihadana said...

Kelly:Thanks for a nice comment.
Little corner of mine: It´s tasty, delicious, but time consuming to make it :))
seec: Thanks!

SteamyKitchen said...

a long time ago, i tried to make these but ended up with a blob of sugar that would have broken teeth!

East Meets West Kitchen said...

Yum! I haven't had these for a LONG time. Can't wait to try it! :)

Retno Prihadana said...

steamy kitchen: Next time, you may try it without sugar.
east meets west kitchen:it takes time to make this crunchy peanut, you have to be patient.

rita bellnad said...

aku mo nyodorin toples kosong aza ah... melazz banget nih

Retno Prihadana said...

Rita Bellnad: Ho..ho, udah habis.

Dwiana P said...

Oh may may.... Rempeyek one is my fav. my son loves them too:)

Yolla said...

hallo mbak retno,
mau tanya nih kalo kacangnya pake yang dari dose (bukan kacang mentah) bisa gak ya ?
danke!

Retno Prihadana said...

yolla: kayaknya sih kalo kacang yg dari dose itu sepertinya udah matang, kalo di goreng lagi nanti kacangnya apa nggak gosong duluan, mungkin lho ya..belum pernah nyoba :)

Arfi Binsted said...

aku mau coba hari ini :) but without some of the ingredients. will let you know!

*14* by Regina B said...

abis ngeliat foto rempeyek di blognya mbak arfi, jadi pengen bikin. mbak, nuang adonannya ke minyak gimana ya? maksudnya biar si kacang pada gak lepas... apa perlu dituang diirus dan beserta si irusnya digoreng ampe rada kuning?

makasih mbak...