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Monday, March 11, 2013

Sin Sang Loong: Hakka Pan Fried Hot Plate Pancakes @ Sungai Buloh

Errmmm...People used to call this Hakka Pan Fried Hot Plate Pancake, but I still prefer to call it 'Siu Peng' (biscuit). What say you?

I particularly heart this pastry because it is almost an oil free snack. I can have at least 3 on the go without worrying the high Cal!

There are few types of fillings, red bean (first choice), coconut and peanut, respectively. Which one you think is your fav?

If I am not mistaken, the 4 lil red dots indicate the coconut filing.

Apart from the hot plate pancakes available at this little stall, you can opt for this sinful deep fried snack.

Better known as  'Ham Chim Peng'.(Chinese Fried Bun with 5 Spice Powder)

Don't say I didn't warn you, this fluffy snack is selling like hot cakes every day! Be early if you want to get a bite of this.

Worth to mention also this 'Chai Kueh', with simple filling that consists of shredded jicama, shredded carrot and some dried shrimps which gives it a different distinct taste to this steamed dumpling.

Sin Sang Loong (Hot Plate Pancakes)
345, Jalan Besar Sungai Buloh,
47000 Selangor.

29 comments:

  1. The pan fried pancake looks good.

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    1. Got get some....Yea, I am hungry too looking at the pancake now.hehhee

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  3. Looks like one of those Foochow cakes...

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    1. Quite similar ehh..except this with sweet fillings. Love it.

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  4. Love chai keuh! Not had this and the biscuits for a long time!

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    1. Normally I will get chai kuih at pasar malam when the craving hits.

      Kind of healthy snack, don't mind to have it every day.

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    1. If you happen to be at this area, you can give it a try. Not worth to come all the way from KL to get it.ahahahah

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  6. Hakka Pan Fried Hot Plate Pancake, that's a longgg name leh.. Just called it siu peng and I think everyone knows la ;))

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  7. oooo....yummmyyy....how I wish I can have this for my tea time now. U do delivery?

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    1. Kitty, myself have tough time going that place because of the terrible jams especially during working hours.

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  8. I would choose the coconut filing. I always love chai kueh. How i wish i can have them now!

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    1. I will choose coconut filling when the red bean is sold out.eheheh.

      Can you get them at Ipoh?

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  9. LOL bought before. We...behind that one...the pasar there...got two indonesian selling Yau Char Gwai and ham chim peang...rm0.70 a piece. but 10 free one

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    1. Yea...pandai! I think now is RM0.80.

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  10. I wanna try but I don't know the way. Not really familiar with Sg Buloh.

    Bring me there next time k? :D

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    1. You will get lost in that kampung area even with GPS.

      Is better you rely on the real walking GPS..ahaahhaha

      Sound like I am going to be the walking GPS.

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    2. Haha! Sounds good. I'll buy you the Hakka pan fried pastries in exchange.

      I come! :D

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  11. Hey....looks yummy leh. I wan some too.

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    1. I think you will like the goreng one..ahhahah

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    2. Memang...I was drooling on the goreng one. :P Hahaha!

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  12. It's quite sometimes I never have this, used to be like it but now seem like the craving is lesser :P

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  13. Eh? I oso dunno where this is eventhough I believe I might be staying somewhere nearby! -.-

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  14. heard of this stall from a friend but never had a chance to try it. Why the ham chee peng looked so burnt ? haha

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