19 Jul '18, 9pm

Rolina Traditional Hainanese Curry Puff – New Michelin Bib Gourmand Entrant! https://t.co/BWlx9qu9EA

Rolina Traditional Hainanese Curry Puff – New Michelin Bib Gourmand Entrant! https://t.co/BWlx9qu9EA

So, what makes Hainanese curry puffs special? Mr Tham shared with us that Hainanese curry puff uses rempah chilli paste, or as he calls it, ‘Baba-style’ chilli paste, in its filling. The rempah used at Rolina is made fresh every day, and cooked using a variety of spices and chilli for two hours. Another key difference lies in the dough skin of the curry puff. Mr Tham explained that the skin of Hainanese curry puffs are thinner, as the focus is on the filling. He believes that it is ultimately the filling that is the heart and soul of the curry puff.

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