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DIY Peanuts Pancake At Home

CRAVINGS ACCOMPLISHED... though not as tasty nor as impressive as those sold outside.  

Felt like eating peanuts pancake aka Tai Kau Meen yesterday, but thinking of driving out for just two pieces, forget it.... The thought of taking precautions, SOPs, bathing immediately upon reaching home.... oh... those hassles and trouble, I ended up taking out flour, baking soda, one egg, sugar and crushed peanuts instead.

I made two big pieces of this size....
Added in some butter for flavour... 
Lots of peanuts but very much less sugar.... 
And my cravings are satisfied.... 
Two Big Pieces.... and one given to my furry family member....
Hope she enjoyed it as much as I did.... 
LOL.... 

Comments

  1. I want some of the yummy looking pancake. Yums.....

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  2. There is a stall in the next lane from my house selling this, very very nice, I prefer the crispy ones. 70 sen EACH, not cheap!

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  3. Wah. Not bad. Look tasty to me. Your furry family member enjoyed it??

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  4. There is a stall at my neighbourhood coffeeshop which sells this, business very good! I prefer the soft ones not the crispy ones.

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  5. Looks good, glad you stayed home and made itinstead of going out.

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  6. I like the thick soft ones like Libby. Wow! You can make your own. So nice! Looks so tasty! I would have eaten all, none for my furry friends cos they are not supposed to eat hoomans food! Lolx!

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  7. wow, apam. I like it with lots of butter.

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  8. It looks like the real deal from the stall. I want some. At my place here cannot get.

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  9. i like apam with corns and peanuts

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  10. Waaah! You can be Apam Queen! It looks delicious. I prefer crispy thin and I could eat one dozen at one go in front of the Netflix.

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