Note Ikan bilis (dried anchovies) are available from Asian supermarkets. Use medium ikan bilis in this recipe.
"This immensely popular snack was served in many bars in Malaysia and Singapore on a complimentary basis until ikan bilis (dried anchovies) became too expensive. Nowadays, it is still offered in upmarket cocktail bars as a menu item. It's easy to make; some cooks add a splash of sambal, others sprinkle crisp shallots, and others scatter just salt and pepper."
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