Low Carb Food Singapore

Keto diet promises weight loss and less fatigue by restricting carbohydrates while allowing high amounts of fat. Singapore’s first online keto meal delivery service Ketomei provides meals such as their delicious Foie Gras Terrine dish for delivery directly into homes in Singapore.

Spinach’s healthy food brand BenBanter produces low-to no-carb snack bars, seeded crackers, hot chocolate and granola; its products can be found at hybrid grocery-dining concepts as well as select Watsons outlets.

Fish Head Curry

Fish heads are an exquisite treat in many cultures and are considered an abundant source of essential nutrients such as omega 3 fatty acids, calcium, iron and protein. Furthermore, fish heads may serve as natural remedies against high blood pressure and heart diseases.

Singapore and Malaysian cuisine often incorporates elements from both Indian and Chinese traditions into one dish, creating something known as Singapore-Malaysian curry – consisting of red snapper head stewed with vegetables such as okra and eggplant.

Zero wastage cooking is at the core of this dish as every part of the fish is utilized – scales, gills, innards and all. Vegetarians will appreciate its absorbing gravy-soaked ingredients!

Double Boiled Soup

Double boiling is a delicate Chinese cooking technique involving submerging ingredients into two pots filled with boiling water and then simmering them over time, providing nutrients-rich soup that may ease cough, reduce cholesterol and treat constipation. This delicious soup offers many health benefits; including helping alleviate cough symptoms, lower cholesterol and treat constipation.

This delicious double-boiled chicken soup is packed with muscle-building proteins, minerals and vitamins for optimal muscle growth. It features cordyceps flower, abalone and snow lotus seeds to restore energy levels; while apricot kernels help ease coughs and reduce constipation – not to mention help balance yin and yang while strengthening immunity!

Herbal Soup

One of the top dishes in Singapore that is both nutritious and filling, this dish exemplifies how Chinese medicine uses food to balance body and mind.

Lily root (orh jian in Chinese) is packed with iron, calcium, potassium and vitamins; making it an excellent general tonic that helps dispel dampness from your system.

Codonopsis and Astragalus herbs provide additional support to both your spleen and stomach Qi, relieving symptoms associated with damp-heat such as weak digestion and poor appetite, strengthening defensive energy against colds, flus and allergies, as well as supporting overall health benefits. There are pre-packed herbal soup mixes available if you would prefer making your own low carb soup at home; using these will make following the low carb option simpler!

Bak Kut Teh

Bak kut teh is a Chinese soup dish composed of pork ribs simmered with various herbs and spices, traditionally served with you tiao (Chinese deep-fried breadsticks) and dark soy sauce. There may also be variations such as using chicken instead of pork or adding ingredients like bok choy and enoki mushrooms.

Soup broths should usually be simmered for an hour or more in order for all herbs to extract their flavors, and then the resultant broth poured over youtiao and enjoyed as food.

Recent research from the University of Adelaide indicates that an herbal soup could potentially cause liver damage when consumed undiluted. Researchers assessed four commonly purchased packet mixes of bak kut teh or meat bone tea and all formulas tested proved toxic.

Oyster Egg Roll

Egg rolls are an irresistibly crunchy and irresistibly delectable restaurant classic. Though relatively straightforward to create at home, the key to their delicious flavor lies in selecting all of the necessary ingredients carefully for their optimal use. Most can be found at local supermarkets’ Asian aisle or produce section.

Other than coleslaw mix and ground chicken, you will also require oyster sauce, soy sauce, sesame oil and sriracha – with chilli providing an irresistibly vinegary kick of spice that won’t overwhelm.

Serve immediately with Vietnamese Fish Sauce Dipping Sauce (Nu cu), or wrap in lettuce leaves along with rau chua, fish mint and perilla leaves for an aromatic treat that can keep up to 2 days in the fridge.

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