28
Mar

Titbits and Snacks

   Posted by: CK Lam   in Tidbits and Snacks

These chinese pastry snacks are sold together with mooncakes during the Mid-Autumn Festival. Some comes with different types of sweet filling and also those without filling which is known as ‘ang kong ar pieh’.

I discover a biscuit shop nearby Gama Supermarket that sells this goodies. I bought a packet of the rounded ones which has red bean paste filling and another oblong shape with grated coconut. The crust is soft and moist. It makes a good teatime snack and its the nearest thing to mooncake. Best part, we get to eat it anytime throughout the year!!!!

Hock Lok Siew Biscuit Shop located in Noordin Street ‘jie tiau lor’ sells many other types of biscuits …. and also supply them to hawker stalls all around town.

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durianberry
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I love this biscuits! I don’t know what they are called but they taste like kong zhai peng. Whether it’s filled with lotus seed paste, red bean or even plain I like them all :D

March 29th, 2008 at 7:21 am

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