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Pasembur
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TypeSalad
Place of originMalaysia
Region or stateSoutheast Asia
Associated national cuisineMalaysia and Singapore
Main ingredientsCucumbers, potatoes, beancurd, turnip, bean sprouts, seafood (prawns, crab, or octopus)

Pasembur is a Malaysian salad consisting of cucumber (shredded), potatoes, beancurd, turnip, bean sprouts, prawn fritters, spicy fried crab, fried squid or other seafoods and served with a sweet and spicy nut sauce.

The term Pasembur is peculiar to Northern Peninsular Malaysia. It is especially associated with Penang where Pasembur can be had along Gurney Drive.[1] In other parts of Malaysia, the term Rojak Mamak is commonly used. In Singapore, it is called Indian Rojak.

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Picture of Malaysian Indian food stall of Pasembur and Indian Rojak.
Picture of Malaysian Indian food stall of Pasembur and Indian Rojak.