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A typical peranakan dish which is rich in flavours – fruity, spicy and creamy all at the same time.\r
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When being introduced to peranakan dishes, you may have come across these delicious curry prawns with pineapples or in the Malay language, it is called Udang Masak Lemak Nenas. The tangy pineapple flavour and the fragrance of the spices makes this an appealing dish and is delicious even when simply taken with plain white rice.\r
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Blend all the required ingredients together and once that is done, cooking the curry is really simple. You may have noticed the long list of ingredients but do not be intimidated. It will be well worth the effort. That explains why this dish is so flavourful. A crucial part of the preparation is to ensure that the blended ingredients are cooked until fragrant.\r
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To complete the dish, add some strips of kaffir lime leaves to enhance its fragrance. In Germany, I found the kaffir lime leaves at the the frozen section of the Asian grocer. Skip the leaves if you are unable to get them. The curry prawns will taste just as tantalizing!\r
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