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Lemak a.k.a. Mak Language: Mak, or LeeMak, is an Adamawa language of Nigeria, one of several spoken by the Bikwin people. The two dialects, Panya and Zoo, are rather divergent, and might be considered distinct languages.

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Google previewGet Your Family Eating Right (2013)

A 30-day Plan for Teaching Your Kids Healthy Eating Habits for Life by Lynn Fredericks, Mercedes Sanchez

singapore: Nasi lemak is a rice dish made with coconut milk, fish, and fruit. - thailand: Rice porridge is similar to the Chinese congee; stir raw egg into the hot liquid so it poaches. - china: Dim sum breakfast offers an amazing variety of dishes ...

Google previewInsight Guides: Singapore City Guide (2016)

by Insight Guides

Nasi lemak is a popular dish traditionally wrapped in a banana leaf and eaten at all times of the day. Nasi padang, originally from the Padang area of West Sumatra, combines a variety of spicy meat, chicken and vegetable dishes served with ...

Google previewThe Best Recipes in the World (2009)

by Mark Bittman

Nasi Lemak Fragrant Coconut Milk Rice MALAYSIA MAKES 4 SERVINGS TIME 20 MINUTES Nasi Lemak is a favored breakfast dish in Malaysia, where you get it from streetside carts and busy little restaurants that are closed by lunchtime.

Google previewMalaysian Hawker Favourites (2013)

by Rohani Jelani

Nasi Lemak (Coconut Rice) Nasi Lemak is a simple breakfast.

Google previewMalaysia - Singapore - Brunei (1997)

by Karl-Heinz Reger, Nelles Verlag Staff

spicy crabs; nasi lemak is a rich dish of rice simmered in coconut milk, which is often eaten for breakfast with ikan bills or eggs. Nasi goreng. popular in Western countries as an exotic meal, is more of an everyday dish in ...

Google previewMobile Cultures (2003)

New Media in Queer Asia by Chris Berry, Fran Martin, Audrey Yue

lemak is a dish that you always eat with sambal belacan.

Google previewInside New York 2009 (2008)

by Joseph Meyers

The rich, slow-cooked beef rendang is traditional Malayasian comfort food, while the Masak Lemak is a tangier, even barbecue-like dish. For dessert, the banana pancake is surprisingly light, reminiscent of a crèpe. Generous servings make ...

Google previewSee, Live, Eat (2013)

Globetrotting with a Fork and a Conscience by Chris Sarcletti

Nasi lemak is a base accompaniment to many of the entrees served in Malaysian cuisine. In Kuala Lumpur, it is called the national dish, a national heritage of Malaysia. Traditionally, nasi lemak comes wrapped in banana leaves and consists ...

Google previewBite Size World (2014)

Eating my way Around the Planet by Roger Frankham

Nasi lemak is a plate of rice flavoured with coconut oil and topped with a choice of assorted dishes. First choice, rendang, is large chunks of beef coated in spice and cooked in coconut milk until the liquid has evaporated and the meat browns ...

Google previewThe Flavor Thesaurus (2012)

A Compendium of Pairings, Recipes and Ideas for the Creative Cook by Niki Segnit

Nasi lemak is a Malaysian dish of coconut rice garnished with peanuts, cucumber , boiled eggs, fried anchovies and a spicy tomato sauce. See Anise C9' Egg, page 180. Egg & Asparagus Cooked asparagus spears are lovely dipped in ...

Google previewMeet Our New Student From Malaysia (2010)

by Ann Weil

Nasi lemak is a rice dish served for breakfast or lunch. Rice cooked in coconut milk may be served with fried peanuts, a boiled or scrambled egg, small fried fish, and pickled vegetables. Holidays and Celebrations The different ethnic groups in ...

Google previewCulture in Malaysia (2005)

by Melanie Guile

Nasi lemak is a simple meal of rice cooked in coconut milk, served with anchovies, cucumber, and chili gravy. Malay cooking is known for its rich, spicy flavors. These include garlic, ginger, chili, onions, turmeric, cumin, lemon grass, and ...

Google previewThe Slow Food Guide to Chicago (2004)

Restaurants, Markets, Bars by Kelly Gibson, Portia Belloc Lowndes, Amy Cook

Nasi lemak is a taste of common Malaysian cuisine.It comes as a plate of coconut rice surrounded by a dollop of curry, cucumber, dried salty-sweet anchovies, hard -boiled egg, and spicy sauce. For dessert, the refreshing ice kacang is part of a ...

Google previewA Sea Dyak Dictionary, in Alphabetical Parts, with Examples and Quotations Shewing the Use and Meaning of Words (1900)

by William Howell, D. J. S. Bailey

kita ti tegot Batu getah tinggal ka aku mega ti olih kita nyamah di tnga tunggol tebang, Batu lemak bri mega olih kita, Ngnmbika aku tampak tau berlagang, enggaika aku ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Asian American Folklore and Folklife (2011)

by Jonathan H. X. Lee, Kathleen M. Nadeau

nasi lemak (coconut rice with chili paste), satay ( marinated beef or chicken on skewer), and mee goreng (stir-fry noodle). Popular ...

Google previewThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (2016)

by Steven G. Rogelberg

& Lemak, D. J. (2007).

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

Cameroon: ekak, ipapane, m'paqua, zizako Ghana: takroa Ivory Coast: kinkuesin, kiukuesin Malaya: lemak biawak C. alexandri C.H. Wright English: ironwood Central Africa: muhimbi, timbur, mupompe Zaire: baira, baja, bapa, beira, tembwe ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Nmaes (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

Sri Lanka: gal kura Japan: noji-aoi Malaya: lemak ketam, limah ketam, bunga padang, pulut- pulut M. umbellata (Houtt.) Stapf (Melochia velutina (DC.) Wall, ex Bedd.; Riedlia velutina DC.; Visenia umbellata Houtt.) English: meloch Sri Lanka: ...

Google previewDictionary of Food (2009)

International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair

babeurre France Buttermilk babi guling babi gulingIndonesia Roast porkbabilemak babi lemak SoutheastAsia A pork stew from Singapore made with coconut milk, onions, blachan, herbs and spices baboy letsonin Philippines Roast sucking ...

Google previewJavanese English Dictionary (2013)

by Stuart Robson, Singgih Wibisono

lemak fat, grease. lemantun cupboard (kr for lemari). lemar an offering set as a requirement by a dhukun (traditional healer) . lemarèng reg brief interval between the close of the rainy season and the onset ...

Google previewA dictionary of the Malayan language; to which is prefixed a grammar, with an introduction and praxis (1812)

by William Marsden

lemak fet, grease, suet. Lemak chayer melted or rendered fat, tallow. Lemak bendtang Iang hdrus de mdkan akan diya suet of such beasts r1 306.

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