Singaporean recipes and Singaporean food
About Singaporean Food
Make sure your kitchen is stocked with these essential ingredients.
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Displaying 10 of 42 Singaporean Restaurants.
|1.||Harry's Singapore Chilli Crab||Sydney|
|3.||The Old Raffles Place||Collingwood|
|4.||Singapore China Town Restaurant||Northbridge|
|5.||Bismi's Gold an Fork||Melbourne|
|6.||Ginger & Spice||Neutral Bay|
|8.||Katong Singaporean Restaurant||City Beach|
|10.||Raffles Room at Steventon Lodge||Tea Tree Gully|
Featured Food & Recipes
- Andhra curry leaf chicken
- Fish head curry (gulai kepala ikan)
- Roast capsicum sauce (salsa de pimiento)
- Spiced pork skewers (pintxos morunos)
- Linzer torte
- Cauliflower and cavolo nero rice pie
- Indian chicken korma
- Lemon meringue tart with blueberry jelly
- Warm salad of rare roasted venison with celeriac, pear and red cabbage
- Best end of lamb with eggplant caviar and a fricassee of sweetbreads, chorizo and anchovy
Poaching an egg
The key to poached eggs is using a fresh egg. Bring to the boil 1.5 litres of water with a teaspoon of vinegar. When the water is simmering swirl the water to create a whirlpool. Crack your egg into a cup and gently slip the egg into the centre of the whirlpool.
Known as camarao seco in Brazilian cooking. Tinely blended to a powder or soaked and ground, these tiny sun-dried prawns add a great depth of flavour to Bahian dishes such as xinxim de galinha.