White rice crackers fried in vegetable oil. Krupuk gendar is lighter and more brittle than 'regular' krupuk, which is made of a combination of tapioca flour and prawns
Crispy chips, fried in vegetable oil, of the ketale pohon or cassava (also known as yucca), an oblong tuberous root from Indonesia
Emping or kriepiek (small krupuk) is a side dish that looks like krupuk. It is made of the almost ripe, peeled melinjo nuts which are flattened with a special hammer and then dried in the sun. Before it can be consumed, emping is baked in oil for 2 to 5 seconds.
This emping is well-suited for culinary connoisseurs because of its specific flavour. The chilli sauce makes the emping sweet and a little spicy. It tastes great with your rice dishes, but can also be eaten as a snack.