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Satay bee hoon
CourseMain course
Place of originSingapore
Region or stateNationwide in Singapore
Serving temperatureHot
Main ingredientsRice vermicelli and peanut sauce typically accompanied by cuttlefish, fried bean curd pufs, cockles and vegetables known as kangkung or water spinach

Satay bee hoon is a dish invented by Singaporean due to cultural fusion between Malay or Javanese with the Teochew people who immigrated to Singapore.[1] Satay bee hoon sauce is a chilli-based peanut sauce very similar to the one served with satay. The satay sauce is spread on top of rice vermicelli.[2]

Ingredient

The main ingredient of satay bee hoon is satay sauce. Cuttlefish, kang kong, bean sprouts, pork slices, prawns and cockles can be added to the vermicelli before spreading the sauce.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Bak Kee Teochew Satay Bee Hoon: Why is there so few Satay Bee Hoon stalls".
  2. ^ "RICE NOODLE WITH PEANUT SAUCE / SATAY BEE HOON".
  3. ^ "Satay beehoon". Archived from the original on 2015-05-29. Retrieved 2016-01-16.