Tag Archives: Singaporean

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Japanese-Singaporean Soba

I have made chashu (チャーシュー) the way most Japanese ladies make them quite often as the kids love it. I
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Goat Curry

This is my own version of the goat curry. Therefore, it is ‘Singaporean-ized’. It is simple, and as my family
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Soto Ayam

Soto Ayam is a common hawker food in Singapore, Malaysia that originated in Indonesia. As in most Singapore muslims foods,
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Nasi Bryani

Nasi bryani is such a common dish in Singapore, and every single Indian store I know sells it. It is
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Babi Chin

This is a pretty common dish and I believe besides the peranakan families who made it famous, many Chinese families
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Cranberry Cream Cheese Buns

My husband loves these. He would buy them warm from this bakery in Shenton Way (I forgot the name of
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Mocha Fly African Cake

This is another egg white cake. It is so delicious, you can never guess its ingredients. I have added a
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Ayam Buah Keluak

I have postponed documenting this, simply because it is a long process and takes a while to recall the steps
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Steam Stuff Sotong

Not sure of the origin of this dish. Every culture and cuisine seems to have a version of the stuffed
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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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Durian Puffs

Durian puffs, something that appeared some 15 years ago or so. Durians are special to me. My family eats a
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Durian Mousse

This has got to be my favourite cake, something I am willing to sacrifice my waistline for. Probably the only
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Bailey’s Roti

Around the year 2000, these started to appear in Malaysia and spread to Singapore. They were so trendy. Some call
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Fly African Cake

I have been thinking about this cake for quite a long time already. It was introduced to me some 25
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Itek Tim (咸菜鸭)

Kiam Chye Ark is what we call this dish in our house, and we have been eating this since we
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Fish Asam Pedas Curry

Fish curry is something all Singaporeans grow up eating. There’s always lady’s finger (okra) and tomatoes in them. Infused with
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Otah

Yes, we all grow up with these. For beginners, we train our palette eating the white, non-spicy versions and then
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Mee Siam

I am not sure why we call this Mee Siam, as if it originates from Siam or Thailand. I have
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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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Satay

One of the three opened jars of peanut butter in the pantry tastes blend. I have to find a way
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Raw Fish Salad(鱼生)

I like the Amoy Street stall the most when it comes to 鱼生粥 with a plate of 鱼生. I've tried
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Curry Puffs

My father was a pastry chef. My mother told me a story of how he was asked to conduct a
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Pandan Chiffon Cake

Every Singaporean child grows up with Pandan Chiffon cakes.  To my kids and I, it has to be warm and