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Chai tow kway
also called "fried carrot cake" or simply "carrot cake" in Southeast Asian countries and has 4 more synonyms

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  1. a common dish or dim sum of Teochew cuisine in Chaoshan, Singapore and Malaysia

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  2. Traditional: 菜頭粿; Simplified: 菜头粿; POJ: chhài-thâu-koé; pinyin: càitǒugaǒ

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  3. due to the fact that the word for daikon (POJ: chhài-thâu), one of its main ingredients, can also refer to a carrot (POJ: âng-chhài-thâu, literally "red radish")

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  4. However, it is not to be mistaken with the Western carrot cake

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  5. made of rice flour and white radish

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  6. In Malaysia this is often served in large rectangular slabs which are steamed and then later fried whole

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