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(in Malaysia) roasted or fried nuts or beans



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Word Origin for kachang puteh

from Malay, literally: white beans

Words nearby kachang puteh

kabuki, Kabul, Kabwe, Kabwe 1, Kabyle, kachang puteh, kachcha, Kachera, kachina, kachina doll, Kaczynski
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Example sentences from the Web for kachang puteh

  • The seeds are always eaten fried or parched, from whence they obtain their common appellation of kachang goring.