Popular Singaporean Street Foods
Hawker food plays a key role in the culinary scene in Singapore.
Where the best or latest hawker dishes are to be found is a pet topic in conversations among family and friends, and even new acquaintances. A Michelin food guide has also been planned to feature Singapore’s hawker food. Despite all this, the reality is that not many people know how to prepare these much-loved dishes for themselves. With their passion to inspire others to cook and to prove that cooking can be easy and fun, The Meatmen share 30 all-time hawker favourites in this handy cookbook. From bak chor mee and chai tow kway to sambal stingray and cuttlefish kangkong, The Meatmen show that there is no need for fancy tools or equipment, or even special skills to put these dishes together from scratch. Recreate the flavours of your favourite hawker dishes in the comfort of your own kitchen and discover the joy of cooking today!
The MeatMen are the guys behind the highly popular Facebook page and YouTube channel, The Meatmen.
Find their second book MeatMen Cooking Channel: Zi Char at Home here.
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