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Malaysian and Singaporean Recipes

Singaporean & Malaysian Recipes

Separated only by a narrow strip of water, peninsula Malaysia and the island state of Singapore have many dishes in common. The Indian, Moslem and Chinese heritage of both countries can be seen in Indian-hot curries, Middle-Eastern inspired satays and Chinese noodles, stir-fried and roasted meats. These influences come together in dishes like laksa, a creamy curry of seafood or chicken simmered in coconut mill. In Singapore, the mixture of Malays and Chinese has created Nyonya food - an exciting blend of Chinese balance and Malaysian heat.

  1. Abalone in Oyster Sauce

  2. Acar Fish

  3. Ayam Percik

  4. Beef Carambola

  5. Chili Crab

  6. Chili Yong Tau Foo

  7. Curried Noodles with Pork

  8. Drunken Prawns

  9. Fish Steak Curry

  10. Fried Chili Crabs

  11. Fried Chili Tempe

  12. Fried Fish Steaks with Salted Soy Beans

  13. Fried Sambal Fish

  14. Garlic Prawns in Chili Sauce

  15. Lamb Cutlets

  16. Mixed Vegetable Salad

  17. Mixed Vegetables in Mild Curry Sauce

  18. Singapore Fried Rice

  19. Singapore Noodles

  20. Solok Lada

  21. Spare Ribs with Spices

  22. Spicy Hot Prawns

  23. Spicy Prawns Curry

  24. Squid Fried in Sambal

  25. Steamed Crabs with Sauce

  26. Stir Fried Curry Crab

  27. Stuffed Chicken

  28. Wintermelon Soup

 

 

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