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  • n. A traditional Asian fruit and vegetable salad dish.

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Examples

  • I also enjoyed a classic salad from Singapore called "rojak" -- made with pineapple, cucumber, mango, fish sauce, shrimp paste and ground nuts, prepared by chef KF Seetoh.

    Rozanne Gold: Tastes of the Week: Notes From Napa Valley

  • A 57-year-old woman died Monday after eating last week at the street stand selling Indian rojak, which is usually a combination of fried seafood and egg with gravy, the Health Ministry said in a statement late Monday.

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  • Yes, Singapore's very special delicacy - "rojak" is a mixed of stuffs like dough sticks, pineapples, tunips etc. So it's basically a mess of food with black sauce. (weird description?)

    dannychoo.com - Your portal to Japan

  • It's not only a rojak blog, it's like sambal belacan where everything blend and mixed up in the food processor.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • This stall has been serving Indian rojak -- a classic Singapore dish of fried foods such as prawn fritters, squid, prawn-paste cakes and potatoes with chilies -- since the 1960s.

    Powerfully Good Cookie

  • February 17th, 2005 at 7:13 pm whoa, i was like wth? but then i tried to read something and got to ‘makan rojak’ when i realized it was in malay… lol. anyhoo, it sure looks different now!

    Blatant Blog Plagarism

  • WoOoOooo ooh babie~~ i'm having rojak & popiah for brunch .. miss sch's rojak u see .. eh .. actually no larz ..

    pangsuan Diary Entry

  • Ah, teringat kepada Allahyarham Pak Din yang selalu bersyarah di gerai rojak Abang Leman Bujang yang tak jemu melaung-laungkan "Hanco (hancur) Umno!!"

    ~penarik beca

  • EDMW is a rojak pot forum, threads and replies are not strictly moderated thus such pictures are usually allows without much contest from fellow members and resident moderators.

    www.hardwarezone.com.sg

  • What will remain unresolved, however - because of a lack of evidence - is how the contamination happened at the Indian rojak stall at the Geylang Serai Temporary Market, a coroner's court found yesterday.

    TODAYonline

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  • a colloquialism for a mixed asian race.

    also, a delicious dish!

    November 1, 2009