Saturday, March 12, 2016

Singaporean cuisine is diverse, there are some kind of dishes that just hearing the name making diners don’t dare to try
Stir-fried pig fallopian tubes
Swine oviduct be chopped  and fried with curry spices and vegetables

Stinky fermented tofu

Stinky fermented tofu is tofu fermented in a brine. Although stinky tofu smells bad, its stench is akin to that of rotting cheese, dirty garbage, or manure, but it has a delicious taste.

Stinky tofu can be steamed, barbecued, deep-fried, or stewed with spices.

Turtle soup
The key ingredient is Fresh turtle meat, in which there is a turtle floating with vegetables without having been chopped

Pig's brain soup
In Singapore, Pig's brain soup is a brain soaked in peppery broth. this dish supposedly improve your brain cells.

Oviduct of frog (Hashima)
Hashima is a Chinese desserts, made from dried frog fallopian tubes cooked,  this is a very nutritious food reputedly good for the complexion, lungs and kidneys.

Century eggs
Century eggs were made by preserving chicken or duck eggs in a mixture of salt, lime and ash, then wrapping in rice husks for several weeks.
Century eggs are widely popular as an appetizer with pickled ginger, or chopped up and cooked in congee

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