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Pancakes in a Cocktail?

Hopscotch Paint Splat

Also known as ‘hawking’ in the past, it was a common occurence to see street peddler’s selling large baskets of goods, food, or snacks down the streets of Singapore. Balancing goods on their heads was one such popular method, as the large baskets catches the eyes of many from a high vantage point.

One common snack sold was the Indian Putu Mayam, or String Hoppers, where a mixture of rice flour, mixed with salt and water is pressed through a sieve, forming vermicelli like strings which are then steamed into a pancake, and served with palm sugar or coconut.

Putu Mayam remains a favourite among the Indian community, and is often found in weddings, birthdays, and festivals.

The drink is served with some Putu Mayam at the top to allow you to try this snack.

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The Heirloom
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