Lekor, made from selected fish.
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Lekor or Keropok lekor is a traditional fish snack for the Malay people in Terengganu, Malaysia. It is usually made by grinding fish or vegetables into a paste, mixing 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.
Lekor with sauce.
- "Keropok Lekor". Tourism Terengganu. Retrieved 20 August 2013.
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