Delicious Snack By Zurasa
Snacks are something some folks cannot do without. I for one love snacking especially when I am watching a movie (of which is really quite seldom) or when I am working on my articles (such as now). I’ll be snacking on crackers, chips, etc. Zurasa has some pretty delicious snacks and I recently attended a short introduction and demonstration organized by Gaya Travel and the Selangor State Economy Planning Unit, on how she makes some of her snacks focusing on tempe of which is a soy based cake made of fermented soybeans.
The ingredients used to make delicious tempe snack.
Tempe is a healthy snack but I personally am not a fan of tempe. In fact I do not like tempe. What I do not like about tempe is its flavour. Zurasa’s tempe is something else. While most tempe are simply fried and served with chilli sauce, Zurasa’s tempe is fried with a sweet dark sauce. This sauce hides the less pleasant flavour of the tempe. Being a deliciously sweetened sauce the tempe became somewhat addictive.
Sweet & Spicy Soy Crisp (tempe).
Apart from tempe, Zurasa has other delicious snacks too. The hits will have to be the delicious potato snack and the coconut floss. For more information or to purchase them, do get in touch with Zurasa at their facebook page:
Facebook: Zurasa Food
Coconut Floss, delicious snack that goes well with bread.
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