Melinjo or Emping called Belinjo is a snack from Indonesian cuisine. Emping means chips, Belinjo is the name for the note. The note comes from the Indonesian Gnetum Gnemonboom. The note is extracted from the Oranjerode fruit. The fruits are roasted, the skin is easy to pick up. The white pit that remains is squeezed and dried in the sun. One Emping consists of three to five nuts. Before use, the dried nuts are fried into an airy crispy crispy. The taste is special since it is quite bitter, people will have to get used to it. But once you're used to it, it can be addictive. This product is 100% halal. With a pinch of salt you simply eat as a snack, as part of a rice table or under Gado Gado.