Bak kuh teh is a soup which is traditionally served with rice and a dipping sauce made of light soy sauce and crushed chilis. It is made with pork ribs and spices simmered for hours with soy sauce and sugar until the meat is literally falling off the bones. Bak kuh teh is found in both Malaysian and Singaporean cuisines but its origin is arguably Chinese.

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