Amaranth Greens Crackers (Keripik Bayam) - A Guest Post on Indonesia Eats! :)

by - Thursday, June 16, 2011

Amaranth Crakers
OMG!!!!! I was asked by Mbak Pepy of Indonesia Eats, one of the most well-known Indonesian food blogs, to write a guest post! Yes, yes, yes... Tell me, I'm so ecstatic 'bout it hehehe. I submitted my Amaranth Greens Crackers, one of my family's favorite homemade snackies, for the post. Gazillion thanks to Mbak Pepy for the chance :D. Guys, don't you wanna see the post and recipe? Please give a visit to my guest post Amaranth Greens Crackers and enjoy the insightful Indonesia Eats with gorgeous food photography . Hope you all will like it :)

Happy Kripiks Kripiks with Keripik Bayam ;p

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19 comments

  1. Looks crispy and crunchy :)! Nice one!

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  2. @lani: Yes it is lani. Thanks a lot for your sweet comment :D

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  3. jadi ternyata itu keripik bayam km,Ta yg dr kmrn bikin ak penasaran pgn liat di pny Mbak Pep.. hahahaha. secepatnya dicekidot! :)

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  4. Taa... aduh itu kripik bayamnya menggoda pisan euyy... mau ngintip2 ahhh..

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  5. Hi Tata! Congrats on your guest post and I'm so proud of you! :b:
    I love to eat all kinda crackers but never try leafy veggie crackers before.
    My whole family loves this veggie! Esp. those baby Chinese Spinach and we either stir-fry or cook soup with it.. Very nice! :D

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  6. @Momon: Hehehehe, iye Mon. Okedeh, cekidot! Thanks a lot Momon :D

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  7. @Mamah El: Ehehe, haturnuhun mamah. Hayuk monggo diintip resepnya :D

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  8. @Lyn: Many thanks Lyn! Yeah, it's interesting since it's totally leafy cracker :D. Please give it a go, and get addicted to it ;p

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  9. Ta...love bayam kripik too...:)
    very nice post!

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  10. @Journal Mommy Yenny: Thanks a lot Mbak Yen! Am very glad that you like it :D

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  11. You're always welcome Tata!
    Yes! I wanna try this and I believe my Mom and both girls will love it too! :d:
    But where can I find those with BIG leaves? I only can find either those normal or smaller ones here in SG :(
    Can I use those instead too?

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  12. Congrats Tata :)! I've never heard of keripik bayam, wow, sounds so intriguing...! I only know krupuk udang and ikan ;)! It looks really good, though :D)!

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  13. Congrats on your guest post Tata! The keripik bayam looks so crunchy and tempting. I'm sure it is great to go with the tea! :e:

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  14. @Lyn: Of course! I think the smaller ones will come up pretty :D. Let me know if the whole family like it ^^

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  15. @CG: Thanks a lot CG! Wowww, it's surprising me that you don't know about these leafy crackers before. It's my family's favorite, yang jelas enak, gurih, dan kriuk-kriuk laaaaahhh :D

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  16. @Kids Dream Work: Many thanks Ai Ping! Yeah, it's a teatime's perfect buddy :D

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  17. WOW Tata! Great guest post, love the crispy leafy crackers..I want to come for tea already :a:

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  18. @Anncoo: Thanks a lot Ann! Hey, have you tried these leafy crackers before? If no, I think you should try hehehe :D

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