Going Veg – Kopitiam-style


Probably one of the reasons why people have never tried to go vegetarian is due to the perception that  most dishes in our typical Singaporean lifestyle contains meat.  “Oh my nasi lemak, mee goreng, char kway teow, murtabak and prata, wanton noodles, beef rendang, etc etc…”  Possibly true… but there are those unsung heros.

Behold! Fruit rojak and soon kueh! The former would be a sort of Southeast Asian salad, I suppose – both ideal as a snack but also a fairly filling appetizer. Ok so maybe soon kueh might have traces of prawn… but its generally a turnip filling. Great for Flexitarians 🙂

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Comments

  1. That looks delicious! Do you think you might share the recipe?

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