Category Archives: Vegetables

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Fish Curry

Fish curry is a common dish in Singapore and Malaysia. Often cooked with the fish head or fish meat, the
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Raita

This is so simple and so delicious. It is also healthy. I made this dish to go with any curry,
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Ayam Pedas Ikan

Every Singaporean family has a version of this dish, too, and it does not matter if you are Chinese, Malay
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Sayur Lodeh – Vegetable Curry

Simple Indonesian vegetable curry. Staple of most South East Asians. Added some prawns for extra taste. Print Yum Sayur Lodeh
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Begedil (Fried Potato Cutlet)

Is it perkedel or begedil? My hubby asked. These are both. The Indonesians call this perkedel but the Javanese call
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Tahu Telur (Bean Curd Omelette)

I have never understood nor appreciated my mother’s style of cooking. I couldn’t figure why, when everybody’s curry was watery
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Chap Chye

This is another peranakan dish that is eaten in every family whether or not we are peranakan.  Print Yum Chap
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Bean Curd (豆花)

This is a staple breakfast for Singaporeans. In the mornings, the soya bean hawkers will boil their soya bean milk
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Singaporean Rojak

My first memories of rojak was this hawker who would peddle to our neighbourhood and sound his horn to let
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Popiah (薄饼)

This is a common street or hawker food in Singapore, which is primarily vegetables. My mum would tell me how
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Sang Choy Bao (生菜包)

When I was little, my mum would make fried rice and then cut some ice berg lettuce. We love Sang