Garlicky Soybean Chips

Introduction: Garlicky Soybean Chips

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These Indonesian chips/crackers is known as Rempeyek. Commonly with roasted/fried peanuts or roasted/fried soybeans.

This time am using fresh boiled soybeans as I was making tempeh, and wanted to experiment. They turned out as good :)

Step 1: Ingredients and Method

100 grams boiled soybeans that are already at room temperature and no longer wet to the touch

100 grams rice flour

50 grams cornstarch

1 tsp garlic powder

2 generous pinches kaempfaria galanga (aromatic ginger) powder

5 dry kafir lime leaves, crushed (if you can get fresh lime leaves, would be extra wonderful!)

1/2 tsp store bought ready to use minced garlic

1/2 tbsp ground coriander

1/4 c coconut milk

enough water

a pinch of turmeric powder

salt to taste

Dry fry soybeans until just slightly browning, set aside

Mix flour and starch and spices and lime leaves

Stir in coconut milk and enough water so you would get batter that isn't thick and much thinner than pancake batter

Stir in soybeans

Step 2: Enjoy!

Heat enough cooking oil on medium high

Once oil is hot, spoon batter on the sides of the pan (a heaping tbsp or two each), and let it drip down to the oil (see picture)

Once batter is ready, they will fall off to the oil themselves

Fry until golden brown and crispy

Place fried chips on paper towel lined plate and serve as snacks!

Enjoy!

By the way, these chips can be served with rice, or with rice + steamed veggies with peanut sauce YUMMO!

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    6 Discussions

    they are gooooddd

    and you can even use regular AP flour instead rice flour+corn starch or AP flour+rice flour, also just water instead with coconut milk or all coconut milk or all water

    it's what have you in your pantry kind of chips *grins*

    This is something I could make for my son's vegan girlfriend that the rest of the family might stitch from her.

    2 replies

    lentil, green beans (mung beans) are also great for this chips, instead peanuts/soybeans btw!

    Thanks. My niece is allergic to both peanuts and soy.