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You can find halal food anywhere, Singapore is no exception. This is good news for those of you who are looking for halal food in the Lion City. Halal food in Singapore itself is quite a lot. So, you will also have many choices of halal food there.
Of the many halal foods in Singapore, some of which I will try to recommend here. Hopefully some of these recommendations can help you find and choose halal food in Singapore that is right for you.
This is Singaporean halal food which is also a specialty in other countries. For example; Malaysia and Thailand. Hainanese Chicken Rice itself is made from steamed chicken, then served with white rice.
To be more stable, this dish is usually served with chili sauce and ginger paste. In Singapore, this food is very popular and can be found anywhere. The recommended place is Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice at 1 Kadayanallur St, #01-10/11, Maxwell Food Center, Singapore 069184.
Similar to Hainanese Chicken Rice, this dish is also quite popular in Singapore. In fact, you can also find this food in several areas in Indonesia. Singapore laksa is made from vermicelli or kwetiau mixed and matched with a number of ingredients.
The ingredients are: bean sprouts, fish cake , kesum leaves, thick gravy made from a mixture of milk, and lime juice. To make it even more stable, sambal belacan is also added to this halal food.
This is a Singaporean halal food that was born from acculturation of Indian culture in Singapore. In material and form, this food is more or less the same as Roti Canai that we commonly find. However, the texture of Roti Prata tends to be soft and a bit crumbly.
Roti Prata has a number of flavors. Starting from the original, cheese, banana, chocolate, to the taste of spicy curry sauce. You can find this food in a number of outlets in Singapore which are usually open until late at night.
You could say, this is a Singapore-style salad. The ingredients of Rojak itself are more or less the same as rujak in Indonesia: pieces of fruit or vegetables. It’s just that Singapore’s Rojak will usually add a number of complementary ingredients.
Examples: cakwe, chopped nuts, and chopped ginger flowers. In fact, ingredients such as steamed squid are commonly added to this dish. The sauce used is also quite different. In Rojak, the sus used tends to be blackish and has a sticky texture.
This halal food is toast covered with Kaya jam. Jam Kaya is a typical Singaporean jam with the basic ingredients of eggs and coconut. As for the bread itself, it’s grilled over charcoal and covered in slices of butter.
This halal food is very suitable as a breakfast menu. You can eat it with a cup of tea or coffee. You can also eat it with half-boiled eggs. You can find this food at the Ya Kun Kaya Toast cafe scattered in several corners of Singapore.
For lovers of halal noodles, this food is really worth trying. Hokkien Prawn Mie itself is made from yellow noodles and/or vermicelli stir-fried with a number of ingredients. The ingredients are usually eggs, shrimp, squid, bean sprouts, garlic, and soy sauce.
Once cooked, the noodles are then dipped in broth and boiled with seafood . It was only after that the kerung was fried with a little gravy. You can eat this noodle directly or add lime and chili sauce.
One of the recommended places to eat it is Bedok Corner Hokkien Prawn Mee. This is a Singapore-style hawker or foodcourt located at Bedok Road 29, Singapore.
This is another halal noodle dish in Singapore. Unlike the previous noodles, the ingredients and manufacture of this noodle is quite simple. The main ingredients of this noodle are noodles, bean sprouts, and green Lombok. The way to make these noodles is to mix these ingredients, then doused them with a thick brown gravy.
In addition to halal food, this noodle is also one of the cheapest foods in Singapore . How not, you can get a portion of this noodle for just SGD 2! You can eat Mee Jawa at Warong Jawa on Bedok South Road, Singapore.
Want other halal rice menus besides Hainanese Chicken Rice? If so, this one menu is worth trying. Nasi Lemak is a dish of rice cooked with coconut milk. It’s very similar to how to process nasi uduk in Indonesia.
Once cooked, the rice will be served with chili sauce, anchovies, and side dishes such as fried chicken or boiled eggs. This rice has a savory taste with a fragrant aroma. You will definitely be addicted when you eat it later.
If Padang has Snapper Fish Curry, then Singapore has Fish Head Curry. Similar to Kakap Fish Curry, this Singaporean halal food is also made from red snapper head. As for how to process the head of red snapper in this food, it is steamed.
After steaming, the head of the snapper is then poured with a reddish spicy curry, okra, and eggplant. You can eat this fish head dish with mantau bread or a plate of warm rice. If you want to eat this food, we recommend prying the cheeks.
The cheeks in this dish have delicious meat. If you don’t feel uncomfortable, you can try the eyes which are no less delicious. Dare to try?
Like to eat crab? Just try this halal food! This food is a dish made from soft crab or mud crab. The crab is then burned along with the shell. After that, served with eggs, tomatoes, and chili sauce.
This halal food is very suitable to be eaten with mantau (a typical Singaporean bread that is somewhat similar to buns). Chilli Crab has been in Singapore since 1956. To eat it, you can come to Momma Kong’s at 34 Mosque St. Singapore 059512. At this eatery, Chilli Crab has a strong spicy taste. Perfect for you crab lovers as well as spicy food lovers.
Those are some recommendations for halal food in Singapore that you can try later. How, our recommendations are interesting, right? Oh yes , among the recommendations, which one is interesting and would you like to try it? Come on, tell us in the comments column! Also read the article on cheap food in Singapore to get culinary info that doesn’t make a hole in the pocket.
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