In Singapore, kacang pool is a popular breakfast and snack dish that is influenced by the Tunisian version of the dish. The dish typically consists of stewed or mashed fava beans, flavoured with a blend of spices such as cumin, coriander, and turmeric. It is often served with a sunny-side-up fried egg, sliced sausages, sliced onions, and chilli sauce.
Kacang pool has become a popular street food in Singapore and can be found at hawker centres and food stalls throughout the city-state. The dish is known for its rich and savoury flavour and is often eaten as a hearty breakfast or as a filling snack throughout the day.