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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Perusahaan Keropok NoorlitaCertified
The running operation of Noorlita's Keropok are one of the most successful 'keropok stall' business in the town of Mersing. From just one rented stall in the beginning, they now operate three stalls and employ 20 workers. Some say it's unavoidable to buy their keropok lekor when you come along Mersing town. Why are they famous, you ask? Well, for one, many have come to love Noorlita's keropok lekor for its lovable texture. They're thick and filled with strong fish paste, but still soft and satisfying when chewed.More info
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