Rendang is a spicy red meat dish originating from the Minangkabau people of Indonesia. One of the earliest references to Rendang is from the early 16th century literary work called Hikayat Amir Hamzah. An online poll of 35,000 people by CNN in 2011 and 2017 chose Rendang as No. 1 of the World’s 50 most delicious foods. Our Beef Rendang potato chips is the 4th flavour launched under the F.EAST brand and continues to enhance our reputation as purveyors of iconic Asian-flavoured potato chips. Within half a second of opening the bag, you will be left in no doubt what flavour you are about to enjoy because of the aroma that would waft into your nose.
with Fish Curry
Prata is an Indian-influenced flatbread dish found in several countries in South East Asia, and is usually served with different types of curry or dhal, but can also be cooked in a range of sweet or savoury variations made with a variety of ingredients such as sardines, meat, egg, or cheese. In the book Panjab Under The Sultans, it was mentioned that Prata was popular with the nobility and aristocracy in the Punjab between 1000-1526 AD. Our Egg Prata With Fish Curry potato chips has pretty spicy fish curry that is nicely balanced with the flavour the egg prata. Close your eyes and you will probably believe you are eating Prata from your favourite Indian food stall.
Laksa is a spicy noodle soup popular in the Peranakan cuisine of South East Asia. It consists of rice vermicelli with chicken, prawn or fish, served in spicy soup based on rich and spicy coconut milk. Laksa traces its origins back to the Ming Dynasty (1368 to 1644) and is reportedly brought to South East Asia by a Chinese naval expedition led by Admiral Zheng He. Our Singapore Laksa potato chips, as the name suggests, is based on the Singapore version of this hot Asian cuisine. Regardless of which version of Laksa you grew up with, you will love the flavour of the F.EAST Singapore Laksa potato chips. Try it to believe it.
Hainanese Chicken Rice is a beautiful Asian cuisine identified by the fragrance of ginger and the aroma of sesame oil. This dish traces its origins to the Qin Dynasty (221 – 206 BC). Based on a well-known Hainanese dish called Wenchang Chicken, so-called because the Hainanese has traditionally only used the Wenchang breed of chicken to make the dish. Almost every country in Asia has a version of Hainanese Chicken Rice. The San Francisco Chronicle says that, “The dish maps 150 years of immigration from China’s Hainan Island to Singapore…”. Our Hainanese Chicken Rice potato chips is based on the Singapore version of the dish, of course, and we guarantee that you will love it.