Things to know about Cireng Bumbu Rujak Recipe
This is a simple Indonesian street food that is just fried tapioca flour. This dish originated from the Sundanese people of West Java. This snack has existed since the early 80s and was sold by hawkers in the Priangan Region of West Java. The name Cireng is an abbreviation of the word “aci goreng”, aci is a mixture of tapioca flour and water and is found in many of the Sundanese snacks & street foods, like cimol¸ cilor, and cilok, which all is an abbreviation of the word aci + the method of cooking/serving. In this case, where the aci is deep-fried, the name cireng (aci goreng; goreng = deep-fry) is used.
This tasty and savory snack can be served as it is or together with a dipping sauce. Many types of sauce exist, but none come close to the spicy rujak sauce, which gives a distinctive spicy-sour taste to the savory and crispy cireng, mainly due to the use of tamarind juice in the sauce. This dish is very tasty and enjoyable as a snack, not to mention very easy to make. Try it out!
Crispy and Savory Indonesian Traditional Fried Tapioca Fritters with Spicy Sauce from West Java. Authentic Recipe of Cireng Bumbu Rujak.
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- 200 grams (7.05 oz) Tapioca Flour
- 1 stick Spring Onion – Scallion – Green Onion
- 200 mL (6.76 floz) Water
- 1/2 tsp Salt
- 1/2 tsp White Sugar – Regular Sugar – Granulated Sugar
- 1/2 tsp Chicken Stock Powder
- 1/2 tsp Ground White Pepper Powder
- 2 cloves Garlic
Rujak Spicy Sauce
- 4 pcs Red Bird’s Eye Chili Pepper
- 50 grams (1.76 oz) Palm Sugar – Palm Jaggery
- 1/2 tsp Roasted Fermented Shrimp Paste – Terasi Bakar Variety
- 1 tbsp Tamarind Juice
- 75 mL (2.54 floz) Water Warm
- 1/2 tsp Salt
Rujak Spicy Sauce
- Into a mortar and pestle, grind the chili peppers with the terasi, palm sugar, salt, and tamarind juice until smooth.
- Dilute with warm water and mix well.
- Place on a small sauce cup.
- Thinly slice the scallion diagonally.
- Mince the garlic into a paste, or you can use the back of your knife to create a smooth paste.
- In a bowl, mix the tapioca flour with the finely sliced scallion.
- Next, prepare a small saucepan, add water, salt, sugar, minced garlic, pepper, and stock powder.
- Mix well and bring to a boil.
- Pour the contents of the pan into the tapioca flour, while mixing with a wooden spoon until fully incorporated.
- Prepare a large wok and fill with enough oil for deep frying, bring it to heat.
- Now, dust your hand with the leftover tapioca starch and pinch a portion from the dough.
- Using your hand, roll the dough into a bowl and flatten it to a disk, repeat for all the dough.
- Deep fry until both sides are crispy and cooked. Strain and set aside.
- The cireng is ready to be served with the spicy rujak dipping sauce.
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