Fried Oyster Omelette
Fried oyster omelette is a Chinese hawker centre dish of Teochew origin that is often a favourite among many locals due to its savoury taste. Egg batter is mixed and pan fried together with garlic, small oysters, potato or tapioca starch and chilli paste. The omelette-like mixture is fried until crispy, then garnished with spring onions and served with a side serving of spicy chilli sauce mixed with lime.
Putu Piring is a Malay snack or dessert of Sri Lankan and South Indian origins that is a type of circular steamed ground rice cakes covering pure melted palm sugar in the centre, hence its name “rice flour plate“. Putu Piring is prepared by placing the ground rice flour in conical shaped funnels after which “gula melaka” or brown sugar (from Malacca in Malaysia) is put in the middle as its filling. It is then left to steam for a couple of minutes before served piping hot with a generous portion of slightly salted grated coconut on pieces of banana leaf.