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Keropok lekor is an afternoon snack made from fish paste and flour, shaped into sausage-like and upon being boiled it will be fry to crisp and serves with sweet chili sauce. It is usually hand made within a 'rustic cottage industry factory' and some times it could be made fresh from a neighbourhood kitchen. Keropok lekor is originated from East-cost countries of Malaysia where supply of fresh fish from South China Sea is abundant. A better version of keropok lekor always lies in its main ingredients that is the type of fish use and the ratio of fish paste to flour. Keropok Lekor is available through out Malaysia even in the west-coast.