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Sliced fish soup
TypeSoup
Place of originSingapore
Main ingredientsFish, vegetables, sometimes prawns

Sliced fish soup is a dish in Singapore, believed to have originated from the Teochews.[1] It consists of fish, vegetables, and beancurd; with the addition of cuttlefish and prawns, the dish is called seafood soup. It is sold in most hawker centres and usually costs between SGD 3.50 and SGD 5.

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References

  1. ^ Fong, Victor (2019-05-16). "Origins Of Singapore Fish Soup - The Original Collagen Soup". SETHLUI.com. Retrieved 2022-05-23.