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Singapore Cuisine and Food

Spicy Potato Samosas

Spicy Potato Samosas
A favorite Singaporean snack is the samosa, a traditional Indian savory pastry stuffed with spicy vegetables. This recipe comes from Singaporean Chinese cooks who make samosas with crispy spring roll wrappers rather than the traditional handmade flaky pastry dough.

Gourmet Food
Cuisines that are covered in Singapore, are of the local dishes that are ethnic or from a different mixture vary such as from the Western, Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai, Korean, and even Mongolian cuisines.


Barbecued skewered meat, usually beef, chicken or mutton, served with thick, peanut gravy.

"Mee" means noodles. Mee siam is rice vermicelli fried with chili and prawns and served in a sweet-sour gray; Hokkien mee, thick yellow noodles and vermicelli fried with pork and prawns in a thick, rich gray; mee pok, flat noodles made from wheat and egg usually served with minced pork, mushrooms, and fishballs; and mee rebus, a Malay noodle soup in a rich and spicy sauce.

Bak kut teh
Pork rib soup seasoned with garlic and Chinese herbs.

"Bao" means "bun". Steamed pastry bun filled with various ingredients, including roast pork, garlic chicken, red bean or sweet lotus paste.

Ice Kacang
Shaved ice over jelly, sweet red beans and other goodies; served with evaporated milk and flavored syrup.

"Taufu" means bean curd. Taufu goreng is deep-fried bean curd served with pungent peanut sauce. Tau hu chui is soybean milk.

A salad of bean sprouts, pineapple, white turnip, and fried bean cake tossed in a spicy peanut-and-shrimp paste.

Vegetables and rice cake usually served with a rich coconut gravy.


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