Akak refers to a hawker or street food in Malaysia that is cooked in a moldover fire. This finger food has 2 versions: Akak manis - a sweet one and the other is Akak berlauk whihc taste savory. The former has a generous dose of sugar as an ingredient while the latter has a filling of cooked beef.

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