World's Most Traditional Holiday Foods

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Jerome Taylor

Savor the variety of the season with traditional holiday dishes from around the world.

Singapore: Curry Devil

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Served on Boxing Day (December 26), this Eurasian dish also known as Devil’s Curry incorporates Christmas leftovers: chicken, cocktail sausages, cabbage, and cucumbers are stewed in a spicy rempah gravy.

Where to Get It: Quentin’s, the self-proclaimed Eurasian Restaurant. Eurasian Community House, 139 Ceylon Rd.; 011-65-6348-0327

Get more holiday travel inspiration.

World's Most Traditional Holiday Foods

Singapore: Curry Devil

Served on Boxing Day (December 26), this Eurasian dish also known as Devil’s Curry incorporates Christmas leftovers: chicken, cocktail sausages, cabbage, and cucumbers are stewed in a spicy rempah gravy.

Where to Get It: Quentin’s, the self-proclaimed Eurasian Restaurant. Eurasian Community House, 139 Ceylon Rd.; 011-65-6348-0327

Get more holiday travel inspiration.

Jerome Taylor
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