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  • 1 Malaysian cuisine — Life in Malaysia Culture Cuisine Demographics Economy Education Ethnic groups Film Health Holidays Languages Literature …

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  • 2 Malay cuisine — Nasi lemak, one of the most popular Malay dishes. Malay cusine is the cuisine of Malay people of Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei and Southern Thailand. Different Malay regions are all known for their unique or signature dishes Terengganu… …

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  • 3 curry — I. n. 1. Curry sauce. 2. Curry powder. 3. Curried dish, curried stew, curried meat. II. v. a. 1. Dress (tanned leather). 2. Comb, clean with a comb or currycomb. 3 …

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  • 4 vindaloo — noun (plural loos) Etymology: probably from Konkani vindalu, from Indo Portuguese (Portuguese creole of India) vinh d alho, literally, wine of garlic, from Portuguese vinho de alho Date: 1888 a curried dish of Indian origin made with meat or… …

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  • 5 Curry — For other uses, see Curry (disambiguation). A variety of vegetable curries from India …

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  • 6 Burmese cuisine — An outdoor cafe in Yangon Burmese cuisine includes a rich collection of dishes and meals found in various regions of the country, which is also known as Myanmar. Owing to the geographic location of Myanmar, Burmese cuisine has been influenced… …

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  • 7 Cuisine of Burma — The cuisine of Myanmar (or Burma) has been influenced by the respective cuisines of China, India and Thailand. However, in spite of this, Burmese cuisine has unique preparation techniques and distinct flavours unlike any other. Different regions… …

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  • 8 Trinidad and Tobago cuisine — is indicative of the blends of Indian, Amerindian, European, African, Creole, Chinese and Lebanese gastronomic influences.[1][2] Contents 1 Main meals 1.1 …

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  • 9 Global cuisines — See also: Cuisine Hyderabadi Biryani, an Indian meat and rice dish …

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  • 10 Cuisine of Singapore — The cuisine of Singapore is often viewed by people as a prime example of the ethnic diversity of the culture of Singapore. The food is heavily influenced by Malay, Chinese, Indian (specifically southern Indian styles), Indonesian, and even… …

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  • 11 Indonesian cuisine — See also: List of Indonesian dishes Example of Indonesian Sundanese meal; roasted fish, nasi timbel (rice wrapped in banana leaf), fried chicken, sambal, fried tempeh and tofu, and sayur asem; the bowl of water with lime is kobokan …

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  • 12 Cuisine of Trinidad and Tobago — The Cuisine of Trinidad and Tobago is indicative of the blends of Amerindian, European, African, Creole, Indian, Chinese and Lebanese gastronomic influences.FruitsFruits available in Trinidad include mangoes (bastapool, belly bef, calabash, cedar …

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  • 13 Cuisine of Assam — The Cuisine of Assam, a state in North East India, is a mixture of different indigenous styles with considerable regional variations and some external influences. It is characterized by very little use of spices but strong flavors due mainly to… …

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  • 14 Assamese cuisine — This article is part of the series …

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  • 15 Doubles (food) — Doubles is a common street food in Trinidad and Tobago. It is a sandwich made with two flat fried breads , called bara filled with curried chick peas or garbanzo beans, commonly called channa (from Urdu/Hindi/Bhojpuri chanaa ). Topped with a… …

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  • 16 Oriya cuisine — This article is part of the series …

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  • 17 Javanese cuisine — refers to the food of the people of Java Island, Indonesia.The island of Java is multiethnic. Not all Javanese islanders belong to the Javanese ethnic group. There are other prominent ethnic groups too: Sundanese in West Java, and Madurese on… …

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  • 18 Street food — is food obtainable from a streetside vendor, often from a makeshift or portable stall. While some street foods are regional, many are not, having spread beyond their region of origin. The food and green groceries sold in farmers markets may also… …

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  • 19 Burmese tofu — ( my. . It may also be sliced and dried to make crackers for deep frying.Varieties and etymology* Pè bya ( or the fermented form of Chinese tofu, however, is called si to hpu , probably a corruption of the Chinese word chòu dòufu . * Won ta hpo… …

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  • 20 curry — curry1 /kerr ee, kur ee/, n., pl. curries, v., curried, currying. n. 1. East Indian Cookery. a pungent dish of vegetables, onions, meat or fish, etc., flavored with various spices or curry powder, and often eaten with rice. 2. any dish flavored… …

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