Kacang Putih!

Pronounced as “kar-chang” and “put-teh”.

These are wonderful local tidbits. Perhaps they can be considered the Asian equivalent of crisps although I am believe these came about before Mister Potato and the like!

Savoury, mostly crunchy, these tasty bites are addictive!

Start on one and you will be tempted to grab another handful…. and another after that…. and then more.

We visited one such place during our last holiday. It was tucked away in a village on the outskirts of the city. What a place – where the freshness of their produce cannot be denied – made on the spot where you can see!

Alas, it might not pass the international standard of sanitation and cleanliness! But I will still be eating! Haha!

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