Rojak is a traditional fruit and vegetable salad dish commonly found in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia (where it is called Rujak). The term "Rojak" is Malay for mixture. In Malaysia and Singapore is also used as a colloquial expression for an eclectic mix, and in particular is often used to describe the multi-ethnic character of Malaysian and Singaporean society.
Traditionally, Tamil Muslim (Mamak) rojak vendors used modified sidecar motorcycles as preparation counters and to peddle their rojak. These mobile vendors now use modified mini trucks. The Mamak rojak (or Pasembur) available in Singapore is an assortment of potatoes, eggs, bean curd (tofu), and prawns fried in batter, served with a sweet and spicy chili sauce. In Penang, where it is very famous, it is always called pasembor, but in Kuala Lumpur and Singapore it is called rojak.
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Mamak Rojak – A Blend of Indian and Malaysian tastes, www.top-indian-recipes.com
Singapore Indian Rojak Recipe, singaporelocalfavourites.blogspot.com
Indian Rojak (pasembor), diehardowl.wordpress.com