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i seriously have no idea what is this dish mostly called, despite the fact that i order this so often. this is actually a street food which you can hardly find in KL. surprisingly this Puchong Yong Tau Fu outlet has it, and its always sold out too!i googled and there was this one person who called this Wan Zhai Kao haha i'm not sure if its correct! anyway, this dish is actually made from rice flour, just like a steam version of cai tau kueh, served with pickled radish and the sweet sauce. i'm no
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i seriously have no idea what is this dish mostly called, despite the fact that i order this so often. this is actually a street food which you can hardly find in KL. surprisingly this Puchong Yong Tau Fu outlet has it, and its always sold out too!

i googled and there was this one person who called this Wan Zhai Kao haha i'm not sure if its correct! anyway, this dish is actually made from rice flour, just like a steam version of cai tau kueh, served with pickled radish and the sweet sauce. i'm not a fan of this because it tends to get very 'jelak' and oily but the bf likes it very much, as their pickled radish used as the topping is really flavorful and the rice flour tastes like chewy rice cake.
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Date of Visit
2013-07-27
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RM2