Singaporean cuisine on New year holiday - delicious Singaporean dishes

Singapore is famous for being a country with a diverse culture and cuisine. Singaporean cuisine has both uniqueness of Eastern cuisine and blending a little beauty in Western cuisine. To discover and enjoy Singaporean delicacies, especially traditional dishes, the New year holiday is the best time for you.

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Singaporean cuisine on New year holiday - delicious Singaporean dishes
On the New year holiday, Singaporeans not only clean their houses, arrange new clothes and furniture, but also spend a lot of their time processing traditional dishes with wishes and good things will come. Here are the dishes on the occasion of New Year favored by 

Nian Gao Cake

The main ingredient for making Nian Gao is sticky rice flour, this is a sweet cake with the aroma of glutinous rice and ginger. A special feature of this dish is that people often buy the molds to press the cake into the shape they like: a fish - a symbol of luck with the legend of carp turning dragon; gold bullion represents wealth and affluence ...

Although Singaporeans eat sticky rice all year round, these dishes are reminded of many during the Lunar New Year. One of the other reasons that food is popular among islanders is that its pronunciation means development. For the people here, prosperity and development are always respected and received the attention of many people. When enjoying Nian Gao, people often sip them with a cup of hot tea to enhance the taste.
Singaporean cuisine on New year holiday - delicious Singaporean dishes

Bak Kwa dried meat

Bak Kwa is one of the popular dishes in the lion island nation at the beginning of the year. The dish is made from familiar meats such as chicken, beef, and pork and is marinated with unique spices and then dried and sold in many Singapore markets. The dish has a delicious taste and ensures food hygiene and safety, can sip on the occasion of the New year holiday which is the choice of many families.

This is a dish originating from China and introduced into Singapore by immigrants, today the dish is modified to better suit the tastes of indigenous people, but still retain its own unique features of Singaporean cuisine.
Singaporean cuisine on New year holiday - delicious Singaporean dishes

Yu Sheng salad

Yu Sheng is a famous traditional food that is prepared very sophisticatedly and is popular on New Year's Day in Singapore. The dish is made up of many ingredients, including ingredients such as vegetables, salmon, spices and typical flavors... The combination of 27 ingredients creates a special attraction for the dish. Each ingredient in the dish has its own symbols, which bring good meanings on the occasion of the new year. In particular, white radish represents prosperity and development, carrots symbolize luck, broccoli symbolizes longevity ...

Because the dish is made of so many ingredients, it is very eye-catching with a harmonious combination of colors. To make the dish taste better and stronger, people also make a typical sauce along with other spices to accompany. Even the sauce and spices have their own meanings, the sauce symbolizes luck, peanuts symbolize wealth ... All ingredients, spices, sauces make a perfect dish with a good meaning.
Singaporean cuisine on New year holiday - delicious Singaporean dishes
New year is a special occasion, a time of nature's intersection, heaven and earth signaling an old year have passed, a new year full of the smoothly, joyous and happy will come. Therefore, the people of Lion Island are particularly interested in decorating their homes, shopping for furniture as well as processing meaningful and delicious food on this occasion. Singapore's culture and cuisine on New year holiday will surely leave an unforgettable impression on you.

Singaporean cuisine on New year holiday - delicious Singaporean dishes Singaporean cuisine on New year holiday - delicious Singaporean dishes Reviewed by Duy Khiêm on October 12, 2019 Rating: 5

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