In Indonesia, the term krupuk refers to the type of relatively large crackers.
Krupuk or kerupuk (Indonesian), keropok (Malaysian), kropek (Filipino) or kroepoek (Dutch) are deep fried crackers made from starch and other ingredients that serve as flavouring. They are a popular snack in parts of Southeast Asia, but most closely associated with Indonesia and Malaysia. Kroepoek also can be found in the Netherlands, through their historic colonial ties with Indonesia.
The name sounds like the breaking or crumbling of this crispy snack to denote its crispiness.
Our Krupuk is the most internationally well-known variant of krupuk and has a fishy taste of mainly shrimp and is called Krupuk Udang or shrimp cracker or prawn cracker.
Krupuk is inextricably linked to Indonesian food, but also serves as a delicious snack during a social drink in many cultures and countries.
Packed per 100 gram.