Bak Kut Teh

The name of this traditional broth-based dish translates literally as "meat bone tea", indicating that the meat (usually pork) used in it was boiled for a very long time - possibly for as long as a day. 

The halal version of this dish replaces the non-halal meat with either beef or mutton. Similarly, a typical halal bak kut will also include herbs such as garlic, gingko nuts and wolfberries. 

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