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A report on Singapore Food, Used for PW 2E2'13.

A report on Singapore Food, Used for PW 2E2'13.

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    • How Unique is Singapore Food?Singapore Food is unique because Singapore is amulticultural country. Since the founding ofSingapore by the British In the nineteenthcentury, the native Malay, Chinese, Indonesian,Indian, Peranakan, and Western traditions haveInfluences other areas such as Sri Lanka,Thailand, Philippines, and the Middle East havemade Singapore Food Unique as it came from allparts of the world.
    • Chinese Cuisines in SingaporeMany of the dishes were adapted by early Chineseimmigrants to suit local circumstances (such asavailable ingredients) and cannot strictly beconsidered mainstream Chinese cuisine due to thepresence of Malay, Indian, and other influences.Singaporean Chinese cuisine is largely from thecuisines of the Hokkien, Teochew, Hainanese,Cantonese, and Hakka dialect groups that consistof the majority of the Chinese population inSingapore.
    • Chinese Dishes and Snacks Oyster Omelette (蚝煎)Carrot Cake (菜头粿)Rice Dumplings (肉粽) Chicken Rice (鸡饭)
    • Malay Cuisines In SingaporeMalay dishes, influenced by the food of the MalayPeninsula, Sumatra, Java, and the Riau Islands, tendto be adapted to local tastes and differ from theregional variations in neighbouring countries.Spices and coconut milk are common ingredients,although Chinese ingredients such as taupok (tofupuffs) and tofu (known as tauhu in Malay) havebeen integrated. Many Chinese and Tamil Muslimadaptations of these dishes also exist.
    • Malay Dishes and SnacksPrawn/Fish Crackers (Keropok) Satay Nasi lemak Curry Puff
    • Indian Cuisines In SingaporeLike other divisions of Singaporean cuisine, IndianSingaporean Cuisine has influence from multipleethnic groups. After years of contact with otherSingapore cultures, and in response to locallyavailable ingredients as well as changing local tastes.The local forms of Indian food may be seen aslocalised or even regional variations of Indian food,or in some cases, a form of hybrid Indian-Singaporean cuisine.
    • Indian Dishes and Snacks Indian Rojak CurryDosa (Thosai) Roti Prata
    • Western Cuisines in SingaporeMany of the western cuisines in Singapore originsfrom the Europe Countries. Commonly seen dishessuch as sirloin steak, chicken or lamb chops, fishand chips, mixed grills, baked beans, chicken pie,sausage rolls, fried chicken wings, and cheese friesare popular in Singapore, typically spotted inhawker centers and food courts in Singapore.
    • Western Dishes and Snacks French Fries Chicken ChopChicken Wings Fish & Chips
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