In Malaysia, keropok lekor (a.k.a. fish sticks) are lovable local snacks, made by grinding fish into a paste, mixing with sago and then deep-frying it. They're two different types of people when it comes to eating keropok lekor; you either love the long, chewy ones or the latter; which is the thin and crunchy ones. Regardless of whichever you prefer, we hope this list can be helpful to you on your search for great keropok lekor.
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They're one of the newcomers in the keropok industry, but steadily holding its stead of fame in the market. If you think the ordinary keropok lekor isn't satisfying enough, why not indulge in some keropok lekor cheese? Definitely a tad bit more fattening but keropok lekor itself is already sinful to begin with, we say. If you're a stall owner and wish to purchase keropoks for your business, you can also visit Zazihan for future supplies.More info
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