Halal Bak Kut Teh in Singapore is a popular dish that is served with rice and topped with a sunny side up egg. It’s made from pork ribs, pig’s trotters, and white radish. This dish has been around since the 1960s and it originated in China. However, this dish was largely popularized by Muslims who came to Singapore during the Southeast Asian wars at the time. It is believed that this dish became halal through the Chinese Muslims’ long-established tradition of using only ritually slaughtered meat. Nowadays, there are many Halal restaurants in Singapore serving their own versions of this dish which are also very delicious!