25 Dec '16, 5pm

Bak Kut Teh - Famous pork bone tea in Singapore

Generations in Singapore recited an ancient story about Bak Kut Teh. A starving beggar came in a noodle eatery to ask for food. Although the owner of that eatery was very poor and in a hard time but his conscience didn’t let him refuse. He gathered some chunks of leftover pork bone then simmered with some spices like pepper and star anise to make its taste better. The color of soup looked like the color of tea. Then pork bone tea was popularly developed among poor communities in Singapore because the dish was made from cheap ingredients but very nutritious to give them lots of energy for a hard working day.

Full article: http://livingnomads.com/2016/04/bak-kut-teh-famous-pork-b...

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