We heard you guys! So here’s the recipe for Kicap Cili aka dark chili sauce to go with your Mee Soto! This sauce adds that sweetness and spice to give your Mee Soto the extra kick that makes us all love it.
Claypot Rice, also fondly known by 煲仔饭, is a popular hawker dish that always brings in queues during dinner time. With some effort, you can recreate this dish at the comfort of your own home too.
At first glance, one might think that Mee Soto is *just* souped noodles. That cannot be further from the truth! In Asia, Mee Soto is a hawker hero that can be found in almost every so many food store for a good reason – it’s damn sedap!
Achar, as some of us locals may know, derived from the Nonya method of preserving food for longevity to eat as sides together with main dishes.
Penyet simply means “smashed” or “flattened”, in this case “smashed chicken” is a very popular dish from Indonesia.
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?
Sambal Sotong – Throw in fresh squid with a spicy mix of chili, tomatoes, belacan, and many other spices, and you’ll have this popular dish that goes in so many Nasi Lemak stores.
Oyster omelette (耗煎) – There’s very few hawker food fans who have not tried this before. In this video we attempt our own version of this fan favourite!
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.
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.
As long as you’re in a seafood zi char stall, the ever-famed Sambal Stingray is the one seafood dish most locals will order! As everyone knows, Singaporeans LOVE spice, and how the chili blends so perfectly with the stingray just makes you drool.
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?