Mung Bean Crisps

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New Wave Asian: A Guide to the Southeast Asian Food Revolution

By Sri Owen

Published 2002

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I don’t think you can find a more delicious crisp than these Indonesian rempeyek. You need to go to Oriental shops to get really fine rice powder, as the rice flour sold in most supermarkets is not fine enough. I specify rice powder because the finest possible grind is required. It used to be possible to find flour and powder, correctly labelled, in supermarkets as well as in Oriental shops. Unfortunately, anything labelled in the UK is now called ‘rice flour’, so an important distinction h