The Singapore Indian Street food is vastly different from the street foods of India. Theyhave influences from the Chinese, Malay and even the British. Chef Devagi rolls out a few of these popular and well-known Indian street food that are particularly well-loved in little island.
1. Mee Siam
The difference between the Indian Mee Siam and the Malay and Peranakan one is that the Indians prepare the gravy with additional ingredients like curry powder and coconut milk. The addition of coconut milk lends a rich and sour taste to the gravy, which is hearty yet refreshing at the same time.
2. Mutton Soup
Mutton soup is served as part of a meal in an Indian home. The Indian Muslims, who came to Singapore to do business, brought in their own versions of the mutton soup and soon it was paired with the crusty French loaf slices.
3. Prawn Vadai
Unlike the copycat versions made of plain flour and sold by non-Indian vendors, the traditional Prawn Vadai, is protein rich and made of lentil. Be sure to learn this authentic recipe!
4. Potato Bonda
A classic snack made with masala potato dipped in chickpea flour batter and deep fried. The bonda is served with a sweet and tangy tamarind sauce. There will be no turning back once you have taken a bite into these.
Demonstration by Chef
Food Tasting Participants will sample all the items.
Take Home Items Participants will take home a Recipe Pack.