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Java Krupuk

Traditional Krupuk according to a recipe from Java

Krupuk (Indonesian prawn crackers) are eaten with most meals. A good accompaniment for rice dishes and also great as a snack. They are like crisps, but a lot lighter and more fluffy. Java’s have the same texture as the Go-Tan krupuk, however, they are not made from prawns, but from the cassave root, with a subtle hint of Indonesian spices.

Sambal Oelek

Chilli pastes (sambals)

Chilli pastes (sambals) come in many flavour varieties, but Sambal Oelek and Sambal Manis are the most common types. Sambal Oelek is slightly spicy, whereas sambal Manis is a sweeter chilli paste.

Ketjap manis

Ketjap Manis is an Indonesian sweet soy sauce. More syrupy and slightly thicker than the Japanese and Chinese soy sauces that are mostly used in the UK. A versatile sauce that can be used as a cooking ingredient, as a table condiment or as a dip for krupuk (Indonesian prawn crackers). Ketjap Manis is often used to season Nasi Goreng (= Fried Rice) or noodles.

Krupuk Lemon Grass

Lemon Grass

Krupuk (Indonesian prawn crackers) are eaten with most meals. A good accompaniment for rice dishes and also great as a snack. They are like crisps, but a lot lighter and more fluffy. Go-Tan adds Lemongrass (Sereh is the traditional Indonesian name for lemon grass) to the prawn crackers, which gives them the subtle flavour of lemon and makes the prawn crackers even lighter and more refreshing.

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Sambal Manis

Chilli paste (sambal)

Chilli pastes (sambals) come in many flavour varieties, but Sambal Oelek and Sambal Manis are the most common types. Sambal Oelek is slightly spicy, whereas sambal Manis is a sweeter chilli paste.

Nasi Goreng

The Go-Tan Nasi Goreng contains the essential ingredients for Nasi Goreng: rice, herb paste (bumbu), ketjap manis (sweet soy sauce) and dried spices. All you need to add is chicken and some vegetables (such as leek or pepper)

Satay Marinade

This marinade is specifically used to marinate meat for Indonesian satay. It gives it the distinctive somewhat salty and rich flavour. Different from the Chinese version, Indonesian satay is eaten with a generous serving of satay sauce, a thick and creamy peanut sauce, poured over the satay skewers.

Satay Kit

Satay is an authentic Indonesian dish. In Indonesia it is sold from stalls on the streets. It’s not just meat on a skewer, it is the combination of how the meat is marinated, spiced and sliced and it is in the way of grilling. Tender and spicy meat, fresh from the grill, served with a generous serving of Indonesian satay sauce, a rich and smooth peanut sauce.

Satay Marinade

Also available in a large bottle for the true satay or BBQ fan. This marinade is specifically used to marinade meat for Indonesian satay. It gives it the distinctive somewhat salty and rich flavour. Different from the Chinese version, Indonesian satay is eaten with a generous serving of satay sauce, a thick and creamy peanut sauce, poured over the satay skewers.

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