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WendyLee
This is WendyLee living in Kuala Lumpur City Center. I am a MIS, work in Kuala Lumpur City Center. I like to hang out in Kuala Lumpur City Center, Petaling Jaya (North). Korean, Chinese, Western variety, Arabian are my favorite cuisines. I also love Hotel Dining, Bar & Pub, Café, Sporting and optimistic life philosopher and Desserts, Any delish food that is cheese-related.
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Shanghai Mooncake @ Kluang Smile Aug 01, 2013   
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Categories : Chinese | Sweets/Snack | Bakery / Cake / Kuih

Shanghai Mooncake @ Kluang

Wow, this delicacy actually blows my mind the moment I savour it for the first time. I never thought that Shanghai Mooncake could be made this way, but of course, it’s uniquely produced by none other than Yuen Fatt bakery itself. Too bad, it’s located far away from KL, that is at Kluang, Johor an no other outlet so far. But am lucky enough to get a few bites of them, thanks to a friend who just went there the week before. It is said that people would queue for this specialty which is only available during Mooncake festival, and those people come as far as Singapore as well.

As you could see, this Shanghai Mooncake is not the ordinary you have seen, They are shaped in a rather elongated oval shape, wrapping the lotus paste and egg yolk within. The best part and unique thing about it is the pastry skin that is used to encase all the filling. It is so buttery and taste so nice! Akin to melt-in-your-mouth scene, the pastry is so soft that the moment you slice it, the pastry skin dissemble to powdery form. Still I enjoy it very, very much!

 

 

 

 

 
 
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Tau Sa Pia Smile May 31, 2013   
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Tau Sa Pia

My brother got this for us to try when he was travelling outstation on work purpose. It’s actually ‘tau sa pai’ which isn’t the usual shape that I have in Penang, and that got me perplexed. Even so, after giving it a bite, it’s actually quite good and fresh. The bean filling is fine and powdery, which I enjoy in any ‘tau sa pia’ confectionary. It’s flaky on the outside and does make a simple afternoon snack. Anyway, I still think that its rectangular shape is still bit funny, hehe.

 

 
 
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