Masala chicken popiah, matcha min jiang kueh: S'pore businesses put new spin on traditional food

(Clockwise from left) Souperstar's masala chicken popiah, Munchi Delights' min jiang kueh and dough fritters from You Tiao Man. PHOTOS: SAMUEL ANG, YOU TIAO MAN
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SINGAPORE - Singaporeans like to beat their chests and lament loud and long when heritage dishes and food disappear. They rush to a bakery, hawker stall or restaurant of days gone by the minute they hear it is about to shut.

Some young people are doing more than just wringing their hands. They are coming up with new ways to eat old things.

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