|Place of origin||Malaysia|
|Region or state||Terengganu|
|Main ingredients||Fish, sago flour|
Lekor or Keropok lekor is a traditional fish cracker snack for the Malay people in the county of Terengganu, Malaysia. It is also called fish sausage, fish stick, or fish fritters. It is made from fish and sago flour and seasoned with salt and sugar. It is slightly greyish in colour and tastes fishy. The fishy smell increases when it cools down.
It is usually made by grinding fish or vegetables into a paste, mixing it with sago and then deep-frying it. It comes in three main forms: lekor (which is long and chewy), losong (steamed) and keping (which is thin and crispy). It is frequently served with dipping sauces.
There are two types of Keropok Lekor; Keropok Lekor Goreng and Keropok Lekor Keping. Keropok Lekor Goreng is shaped into sausage size and tastes more chewy, whereas Keropok Lekor Keping is shaped into slices and has crispier texture. Keropok Lekor is eaten with Terengganu’s homemade chili sauce.
Lekor with sauce.
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- "Lekor". dof.gov.my. Retrieved 22 May 2014.
- "Keropok Anyone". Malaysia Footsteps. Retrieved 22 May 2014.
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