|Place of origin||Indonesia (Palembang)|
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|Main ingredients||Fish cake, shrimp broth, rice vermicelli, mushroom, jicama, celery, scallion, shallot|
Tekwan is a Palembang soup dish originated from the Indonesian region of Palembang. The dish contain some small size fish cakes made of local Musi river's fish similar to pempek preparation, and it served with the savoury shrimp (or prawn) broth, rice vermicelli, mushrooms, sliced jicama, and sprinkled with sliced fresh celery, scallion and fried shallot.
Tekwan name originated from tâi-oân (鮐丸), Southern Min meaning for fishball.