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Nasi lemak : Stock Photo
With roots in Malay culture and Malay cuisine, its name in Malay literally means 'fatty rice'.Nasi lemak widely eaten in Malaysia and Singapore, even as dish served in Malaysian schools.

Nasi lemak

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Cheryl Chan
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With roots in Malay culture and Malay cuisine, its name in Malay literally means 'fatty rice'.Nasi lemak widely eaten in Malaysia and Singapore, even as dish served in Malaysian schools.
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