Dim sums are one of the most favored Chinese snacks that come in different types and flavors, and they are served at every street corner in popular cities like Singapore. This special teatime snack is enjoyed not only by the local Singaporeans but also by the migrant population that belongs to multiple nationalities. For enhancing their service, most of the food outlets and cafes have started offering various types of special dim sums that are made using chosen ingredients. Halal dim sums are one such popular variety that includes a wide range of dim sums made of specially prepared Halal meat, Halal condiments, and seasonings that are free from things like vinegar, wine, and alcohol as they are considered to be forbidden by the Islamic dietary regulations. Some of the popular Halal dim sums are Chicken Siu Mai, Har Gow, Fried Bean Curd Prawn Roll, Chee Cheong fun, and Soon Kueh. Besides Halal food outlets, these dim sum preparations are also served by Halal caterers Singapore that are hired for preparing special dinners and buffets for various celebrations.
Halal dim sum in Singapore ingredients and recipes
- Dim sums made of Halal chicken legs and chicken wings are quite delicious. They are made using special edible oils Singapore and spices that are produced and processed using Halal products. These dim sums may be steamed or shallow fried and are served along with salads and special sauces.
- Dim sums made of eggs are also quite common and they are prepared using various types of vegetables and spices. Boiled eggs are roasted and marinated using a combination of spices and condiment sauces for making various types of egg dim sums.
- Vegetarian dim sums have a special place in most of the street restaurants. They are considered low in calories and fats and they have lots of demand among tourists and foreigners.
- Fishes are also used for making some of the best Chinese dim sums and they taste quite delicious compared to the other varieties. However, for making Halal dim sums only scaly fishes are used.