Monday, March 11, 2019


Basreng (short for baso goreng) is a Sundanese snack made from processed fish meatballs that are thinly sliced and then fried. Basreng can also be served with spicy spices. Basreng sellers currently serve basreng with varying levels of spiciness. 

In addition to the spicy variant, there are also other flavours depending on the spices used perisa, among others cheese, seaweed and others. In addition to flavour variations, basreng can also be fried dry or undercooked. If fried dry, will feel crunchy like crackers and if half cooked will feel chewy if chewed.