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Chinese Hawker Favourite Made Halal

If there is one dish that defines hawker fare, it's oyster omelette!


Duration: 4 hours/session

For: 1 session

Fees: $148.00

Chef: Alfie Jerome Mossadeg

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Join Chef Alfie to learn how to make these hawker favourites :
Oyster Omelette
Fried oyster omelette, also known as ‘orh luak’ to Singaporeans, is a popular hawker dish not just in Singapore, but also in other parts of the world. In 2015, a version of the oyster omelette at a Singaporean restaurant in New York was named one of New York Times’ dishes of the year. With the crispy egg, gooey starch bits and fresh, plump oysters offering a myriad of flavours and textures in just one dish, it is no wonder that orh luak is a crowd-pleaser that can capture even New Yorkers’ hearts.
Fishball Mee Pok Dry
Mee pok is a noodle dish with Chinese noodle characterized by its flat and yellow appearance, varying in thickness and width. The dish is of Teochew origin and is commonly served in a number of countries such as Chaoshan (China), Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.
Fried Carrot Cake With Shrimps & Eggs
This is one of the all-time favourite local delicacies in Singapore, and it is one of the Teochew delicacies. That’s why we usually call it Chai Tau Kway, a pronunciation in Teochew dialect.

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