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AEON Station 18 And Desserts In Pasir Pinji

It was a very hot Saturday and I just couldn't stay in the house the whole day long. I didn't want to stay in my room the whole time so I decided to make a trip to AEON Station 18 to enjoy the cool air con. Not really into shopping but just to "lepak" since it is a public holiday, there must be lots of sales and people to look at.... hahahaa....
How long I have walked and walked, 
I didn't really know but my legs wanted me to stop...
And I sat at the bench here to rest.....
.... and played with my camera sitting down....
Soon it was time for me to leave ... empty-handed but not with empty stomach...
Cos I stopped by here in Pasir Pinji to have this 'commercialized' peanut dessert...
Along the Main Street of Pasir Pinji....
Many have tried this by now, right?
Ordered a bowl.... not too thick.. not too sweet... just nice....
And their Mua Chee..
Taste?
Actually I prefer them to be softer....
And I ended up soaking them one by one into the peanut dessert....
No, don't soak them completely...
Just like this and then into the mouth....
It tastes better this way... 
LOL....


Comments

  1. see it already 'lau how sui' ....so tempting...I like the muachee to be soaked like that too.

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    1. It was the first time for me... I say that it is fattening... hahahaa...

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  2. AEON at Pasir Pinji kah? I thought you told me this place and your house are like very far apart?

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    1. It is on the way to AEON... yes, quite far.. but no choice.. Ipoh does not have many big mega malls...

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  3. I like muah chee and it is so easy to make. Is it to be eaten with the peanut sauce? Over here we just eat as it is without the peanut sauce.

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    1. Yes, eaten with peanut sauce otherwise no taste... How do you eat it over there?

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  4. Not a fan of those - so hard to swallow, feel like choking everytime. :(

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    1. Oh no... really.. I remember eating these when I was a small girl... those days mua chee were so fragrant!

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  5. hahaha, your post sure got food to read about.. and OMG, i like this post!! got fah sang woo and mua chee, hardly can find them around already.. and you are so smart!! i've never thought of eating them this way, hehe!! next time i must try doing this.. and yeah, you are right, soak may not be as nice as just dip huh?? awesome!!!

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    1. Yes, dip dip will do.. hahaha.. my friend taught me to do that!

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  6. I like to eat both! I think during my previous trip to Ipoh, I tried to find this place to eat the mua chee but got lost so didn't get to eat. :(

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    1. Oh, next time call me.. I will take you there!! (provided I am not working) hehehe...

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  7. It was so hot over here too! I just wish to stay in the pool and eat everything cooling all day! :p

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    1. Oh, stay in pool... provided shady... otherwise sunburnt.. :)

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  8. It looks like you were walking in a high fashion area. Walking is very good for you. How is your cough? I hope better!

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    1. Yes, cough all gone.. and I am all out to eat again.. gosh!

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  9. Same here, I don't like to sit still at home, especially if it's so hot, haha.. Wana keluar merayap.. Oohh, not weird, I think I will eat like you too, soak the mua-chee into the "woo", to make it more "swallow-able" (is that a word?)..

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    1. Yes, between you and I, there is such a word.. hahahaa.. .very likeable.. every thing also boleh-able one!

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  10. Very hot here too... Mua chee is my favourite, i like, hehe...

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    1. Must find a nice one... next time I show you...

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  11. Aunty Reana went cari makan again ah ?

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  12. I stay around that area for so long also didn't know this exist.. sei mou... next trip to Ipoh maybe..

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    1. Not to worry, nothing much to miss about.. hahaha..

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  13. Mua chee in peanut dessert? That sounds weird but I am sure it tasted sweet.

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    1. To soften the mua chee.. my first time eating like that..

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  14. somehow i haven't yet found the perfect peanut dessert. every one i've had tends to be a bit too runny.. i quite like it thick and dense. oh well.

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