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>sarang burung

>Sarang burung (popularly listed on the menu as sarang burong)

Sarang: nest
Burung: bird

It is a crowd pleaser at Malaysian restaurants.

A basket of deep-fried taro is stuffed with meat, seafood and vegetables.

Nyonya's version (
New York Chinatown) sits on a bed of shredded lettuce. It's filled with shrimp, chicken, baby corn, snow peas, onions, green peppers, mushrooms. A generous sprinkling of cashew nuts on top.

In Chinese, as expected, the name is sheer poetry.
"Buddha rock whirlwind fragrance".

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