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Hot and sour soup

Hot and Sour Soup

Hot and sour soup is a common appetiser dish found in Chinese/ Dim sum restaurant. It is a thick slurry soup packed with julienned ingredients such as tofu, mushrooms, fungus and meat. If you like an extra spicy kick to this dish, you can add in bird’s eye chilli to gear up the heat level!

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Singapore Hor Fun

Seafood Hor Fun

Hor Fun is a favourite zi char noodle dish among the Singaporeans. It is basically a stir fried rice noodles drenched with a thick gravy made from soup broth and seafood. You would be surprised at how easy it is to make this famous dish at home!

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Gula Melaka Sago Pudding

A quick and easy non bake dessert that you can impress your guests. This recipe only take you less than 10 mins to prep and cook. The coconut cream and gula melaka drizzed over the starchy sago pearls is such a heavenly match that will make you can’t stop eating.

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Fish Head Curry

Curry fish head is a popular dish in Southeast Asian and it typically uses Snapper fish head in the recipe. It is stewed with an assortment of vegetables with flavourful spices and coconut milk. It goes especially well with rice or baguette!

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Salted Egg Yolk Chicken

Salted egg is a favourite among Singaporeans. We have invented many innovative salted egg yolk dishes; from snacks to desserts even ice cream! You will definitely find salted egg yolk dishes in every restaurants and zi char stalls. If you can’t find salted egg in your country, you can use salted egg yolk in powder form which you can find them selling online.

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Singapore Hokkien Mee

Singapore Hokkien Mee is a favourite hawker food that you can find in almost every foodcourts and hawker centres. It is an assortment of noodles simmered in rich seafood broth. There are many versions of Hokkien Mee. There is a soup version of Hokkien mee and In Malaysia, you can find hokkien mee cooked and simmered with dark sauce.

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