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Pandan Pancake At Pengkalan 66

YAY!! BACK IN IPOH!!!

Back to "attack" Ipoh food which I have missed for more than nearly two weeks!  LOL...  Okay, slowly does it.  First of all, let me show these photos I have taken in a food court called Pengkalan 66 in Shatin Park. 

This is called Apom Balik in Malay, peanut pancake in English and "Tai Kau Meen" in Cantonese.  I have been eating this and it has been one of my childhood favourite dessert!  Those days it was sold at 10 sen for a piece, 20 cents for 3 pieces and now 40 years later, it cost RM1.20 per piece.  Not surprising since so I am now in my fifties and not a kid anymore.  :)
This is the first time buying from this stall at the food court...
Caught him in action doing a new piece of Pandan Pancake....
This type of pancake must be eaten when it is freshly done...
Once cold, it can be quite chewy... and it won't be as good.... 

Nice timing.... the pancake was just taken out from the hot pan....
And the action begins.... 
Butter it nice and rich....
Then flood it with lots of peanuts on one side....
And he began to cut it up piece by piece... 
I was already salivating by then... hahahahaa...
Just look at that!
Overflowing with peanuts!
Yes, I ate these up.... fresh and hot!



Comments

  1. I love this flavour in my apam balik. So yummy.

    Indeed yours was so generous with peanuts.

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  2. Awesome pics, Claire. Just by looking at your pics, I'm salivating!

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  3. Oh mine! I am so very hungry now, I am craving for this now

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  4. No place like home - that is always the case when I travel, can't wait to get home to enjoy our own local delights. I've heard of people stopping on the way from the airport for a plate of kampua mee...before going home!

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  5. OK, I will remember this Pengkalan 66 in Shatin Park, Ipoh and buy this tai kau mean to eat! I like to eat these too.

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  6. This is one of my favorites nut I haven't tried pandan flavor yet. Fantastic eaten warm. OMG!!

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  7. I have been there once only! I love pandan flavour, if extracted from pandan leaves. Must stop to check the next time I pass by! Lol!

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