Rojak local spicy salad

@peachpurple (10922)
Malaysia
August 13, 2017 12:42am CST
In Malaysia, "Rojak" is the local popular spicy salad that our multi-race people love very much. It is actually mild spicy, a mixture of pounded peanuts with thick gravy, swirl over fried potato cubes, tofu cubes, prawn fritters, cucumbers, bean sprouts and "tempeh" which is fermented beans. As you can see in the picture, the Rojak means scrambled or mix up food which is widely consumed for tea-time snack of midnight snack. It is a heavy snack due to most of the ingredients are involved with flour and protein. What is your favorite local salad? picture belonged to peachpurple
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@mandala100 (25354)
• Hong Kong
13 Aug
@peachpurple That "Rojak" looks so yummy my friend. I hope I could have a taste of that "Rojak".
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@peachpurple (10922)
• Malaysia
14 Aug
You can make your own rojak too pal!
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@mandala100 (25354)
• Hong Kong
14 Aug
@peachpurple Ok is it easy to make my friend?
@Shavkat (46606)
• Philippines
13 Aug
It looks so delicious. I prefer to have fruit salad.
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@peachpurple (10922)
• Malaysia
14 Aug
oh yes, fruit salad is tasty
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@Shavkat (46606)
• Philippines
21 Aug
@peachpurple I can't wait to have one.
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@prashu228 (22826)
• India
13 Aug
Sounds delicious yummy. I like all salad's with a ting of spicy taste
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@peachpurple (10922)
• Malaysia
14 Aug
yes, Asian salads are a little different from the US