Laos is the Malaysian expression for galangal. This is the rhizome of plants belonging to the family of ginger growths, which is common in the cuisines of Vietnam, Thailand and Indonesia. For example is laos required for a fine Indonesian soto. Fortunately Kokki djawa offers a broad range of excellent exotic spices from the East-Asian cuisines. It tastes a little like ginger, but connoisseurs of the Asian kitchen would never substitute ginger for laos. Thanks to Kokki Djawa everyone can cook original Indonesian dishes now. Get laos too and make sure that your Indonesian dishes match with the original!
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