also called our dear and fav Keropok has beeen invading my home every now and then. It all started from my aunt who bought us a packet of prawn crackers from Brunei. She said it was famous, couldn't be bought from the stores and must be ordered. We tried it once and lo and behold we were hookedd..
The prawn Cracker substitute we tried after the ones from Brunei were gone.. They could be bought at Parkway Parade shopping centre.
This is how they looked before being fried. Raw and totally unappetising.
After being fried: NICE, and crunchy.
Tried some betel nut cracker too.. These were the bitter ones.
Could be eaten w/o chilli or with. We didn't have the chilli paste one hand so we just made do with the plain ones.