It can be eaten either when it is steamed or deep fried, both give different taste. The long chewy ones are called keropok lekor while the thin crispy are called keping, means slice. Both the keropok is usually eaten with chili dip.
Pictures are stricly prohibited beyond the processing area. They used to process and pack the keropoks at a small corner of the store front. Now that they have gain their fame and expanded so much, they shall keep the procedures and processes to themselves. Keropok can almost resembles terengganu now, let it be fried lekor or steamed lekor, white coloured lekor or gray coloured lekor.
Satar is another fish snack in Terengganu Malay cuisine. It is mixture of pounded fish, shallots and ginger wrapped in banana leaf, pierce of few by 1 single bamboo stick then barbecue over low fire. Boolicous from masak-masak has a great review on it.