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Guess my usual mundane Monday has been spiced up, with the addition of this snack for my tea time later hehe. One of my colleagues who just got back from his hometown, brought us some of the local delicacies from Ipoh.It’s the famous Heong Piah from Gunung Rapat. This delight has since now been commercialized and made into huge production with its more lively-colored easy pack, compared to those old times, where you would find 8-9 of the pastries in one big red plastic bag. This original Heong
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Guess my usual mundane Monday has been spiced up, with the addition of this snack for my tea time later
hehe. One of my colleagues who just got back from his hometown, brought us some of the local delicacies from Ipoh.

It’s the famous Heong Piah from Gunung Rapat. This delight has since now been commercialized and made into huge production with its more lively-colored easy pack, compared to those old times, where you would find 8-9 of the pastries in one big red plastic bag.
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This original Heong Piah was charbroiled with the combination of multiple ingredients like wheat flour, sugar, maltose, vegetable oil, margarine, water, sesame, salt and onion. The texture is therefore crispy and light to the taste bud. It’s flaky as well with the sticky maltose paste in between. There is also a hint of sesame aroma which has been added to bring up the flavor of charcoal broiled biscuits.

Crunch! ^_^

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