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Mee Rebus – 马来卤面

Mee Rebus is a popular hawker dish amongst many of us in both Malaysia and Singapore. What makes this unique dish is the combination of yellow noodles with it’s thick and spicy gravy. While we all know how tasty this gravy is, what’s surprising is that the consistency of the sauce comes from mashed sweet potatoes, awesome right?

Char Kway Teow – 炒粿条

No cockles or more cockles? This is one of the fan favourites! The typical Singaporean Char Kway Teow consists of ingredients like pork lard, lup cheong, bean sprouts, eggs and cockles, flavours close to our hearts that we grew up with. Who can forget growing up and having your darkened noodles and kway teow.

Otah Otah – 乌达乌达

A spicy steamed parcel of minced fish, wrapped in banana leaves & flame grilled to perfection, resulting in such mouth watering goodness. Otah is truly a local dish and hawker classic that many of us will remember from our childhood days.

Bak Chor Mee – 肉脞面

Bak Chor Mee (肉脞面) is a uniquely Singaporean dish that represents our love for pork! Honestly, it uses so many parts of a pig, from various parts of the meat, to even the liver. All this is great, especially when paired with the vinegar-braised mushrooms. Who can say no to this awesome noodly dish?

Bak Chang – 肉粽

Bak Chang (also known as 粽子) is a dish that many of us here love. Though there are plenty of popular stalls in Singapore, its origins are from China. Bak Chang is most popularly eaten during the Duan Wu Festival, which happens this weekend.

Hokkien Mee – 福建蝦麵

Hokkien Prawn Mee, also affectionately known as 福建蝦麵, is another favourite of every local in Singapore. In our recipe, we have used both thick and thin bee hoon (rice vermicelli) for a varied slurpyness to the noodly goodness of the noodles.

Singapore Chilli Crab – 辣椒螃蟹

The weekend is here again! And what better way to enjoy it than to cook up a storm and share this treat with family and friends? This time around, we have none other than the famous Singapore Chilli Crab! The flavorful combination of this sweet and spicy sauce easily makes it one of Singapore’s national favorites.