Satay bee hoon
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|Place of origin||Singapore|
|Region or state||Nationwide in Singapore|
|Main ingredients||Rice vermicelli and peanut sauce typically accompanied by cuttlefish, fried bean curd pufs, cockles and vegetables known as kangkung or water spinach|
Satay bee hoon is a dish invented by the Teochew people who immigrated to Singapore. Satay bee hoon sauce is a chilli-based peanut sauce very similar to the one served with satay. The satay sauce is spread on top of rice vermicelli.
- Ketoprak, a similar dish from Jakarta, Indonesia, that contains rice vermicelli, rice cake, tofu and beansprouts in peanut sauce.
- Cuisine of Singapore
- Peanut sauce
- List of peanut dishes
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