|Alternative names||Cekodok, or Cucur|
|Place of origin||Maritime Southeast Asia|
|Region or state||Southeast Asia|
|Associated national cuisine||Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei|
|Main ingredients||Flour (Alternative ingredients for flavours: banana, anchovies, prawns, onion or maize)|
Jemput-jemput (also called cekodok, cokodok or cucur) is a traditional Malays fritter snack from Southeast Asia, notably popular in Malaysia, Brunei and Singapore that is made from flour and then fried. It is usually round in shape and tends to vary in size. There are many varieties of this snack, some using banana, anchovies or prawns, onion or maize.
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