Foods in Singapore
Singaporeans simply love food. As a result travelers can here relish some of the best delicacies from all over the world. some of the top delicacies from Singapore are
Char Kway Teow :
Char kway teow is flat rice noodles stir-fried with shrimp, bloody cockles, Chinese lap cheong (sausage), eggs, bean sprouts, and chives in a mix of soy sauce. It is a popular and national favorite in Singapore.
Carrot cake (chai tow kuay) :
Carrot cake comprises radish cake, preserved radish, stir-fried with eggs, and other seasonings. It is a great dish that foodies will surely relish.
Chili crab is generally crab grazed with black pepper, cheese-baked, and salted egg yolk with spicy chili-tomato gravy. It is popular seafood in Singapore. In this dish the crab is stir-fried in semi-thick, savory, and sweet tomato & chili based sauce.
Chicken Rice :
Chicken Rice is very popular n rice is so popular in Singapore so it can be found anywhere, from hawker stalls, franchised outlets to restaurants. No matter where the dish is served, its prices often stand on affordable side so this tasty food is the choice of locals as well as tourists.
Bak Kut Teh :
Bak kut teh, is a Chinese dish that literary means "pork rib tea. It is made from pork boiled for hours with spices, garlic, pepper, and medicinal herbs. The dish is generally served with oolong Chinese tea that dilutes the fat amount in the dish.
Sambal Stingray :
Sambal Stingray is made from barbecuing stingray and served with sambhal paste on a banana leaf. It is a popular sea food dish in Singapore with a spicy flavor.
Fried Hokkien Mee :
Fried Hokkien Mee is yellow egg noodles mixed with rice vermicelli cooked in rich seafood, tossed with prawns, squid, pork strips and lard. It is provided with calamansi lime.
Rojak is a sweet, spicy, sour & savory dish made from an array of things such as fruits, vegetables, dried tofu, fried dough fritters and cured cuttlefish. All these ingredients are tossed in prawn paste sauce and topped with pink ginger buds and crushed peanuts.
Bak Kwa :
Bak kwa also known as rougan is salty-sweet dried meat. This dish is made with meat preservation and is mostly made from beef, pork, muton, spices, sugar, salt and soy sauce. or dried meat made from pork. although now halal versions made from chicken exist. These squarish BBQ meat sheets are popular as gifts for friends and relatives at Chinese New Year. Throngs will form at shops despite elevated prices. Bak kwa can be eaten on its own, with bread or with homecooked food.