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Laksa Terengganu

noodle dish | Malay
Laksa Terengganu, the white Laksa Terengganu
the white Laksa Terengganu
The Terengganu version of Laksa comes with a thick fish-coconut gravy
also known as:


ingedients:
Coconut Milk, fish, onions, curry, tamarind, plus the raw ingredients: cucumber, cabbage, bunga halia

Laksa Terengganu, the sauce (brown version) and the raw ingredients
the sauce (brown version) and the raw ingredients


Laksa Terengganu, Laksa Teregganu before adding gravy
Laksa Teregganu before adding gravy


Laksa Terengganu, the brown version of Laksa Terengganu
the brown version of Laksa Terengganu






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Laksam

Laksam is a rice noodle dish from the east coast of Malaysia with a white thick fish-coconut gravy and Sambal

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