Hi all, happy Sunday!
If you realize every Friday starting from May 2021, I always share non-food post and so far until now, I still can manage to make it routinely.
Now, I will set another routine to post other country (other than Singapore) food review every Sunday, but for now I will be focusing on Indonesian food.
Why Indonesian food? It’s because most of the time, I have been only traveling to Jakarta to meet my family and my girlfriend. So before Covid-19 started, I went back to Jakarta frequently for a short weekend trip.
In shorts, I have some Indonesian food pictures in stock in my external hard disk that I haven’t shared on this blog before.
Hopefully these Indonesian food post will make you to know more about varieties of Indonesian cuisine and hopefully can make you all crave for it😉.
In this post, I will share about Rangginang.
Rangginang (some people also called it Rengginang) is an Indonesian thick rice crackers.
Rangginang is made from cooked glutinous sticky rice and seasoned with spices, made into a flat and rounded shape and after that, they sun-dried it. After that, they fried the sun-dried Rangginang with cooking oil until very crispy.
My girlfriend sent me this delicious Rangginang last week together with other snacks (thanks dear 😊. so good right? Hehehe).
This Rangginang brand name is Cap Menara Banten.
How about the taste? This Rangginang is delicious, extremely crunchy and the best part is not oily.
I like it so much and if you find a shop or people selling Rangginang, do try it 😀.