27 Jan '11, 3pm

Tan Hock Seng: Phong Piah goes very well with Teh Tarik: I love Phong Piah, don't you? I think they are probabl...

Tan Hock Seng: Phong Piah goes very well with Teh Tarik: I love Phong Piah, don't you? I think they are probabl...

I love Phong Piah, don't you? I think they are probably my most favourite biscuits in the world. I could eat several of these with a cup of Teh Tarik and be a very happy man. My fondest Phong Piah memory must be when I first ate it fresh out of the oven in Malacca. I can't remember the name of the shop, but they were located in an old coffeeshop. The crust was so crispy and flaky and the sesame malt sugar filling was still warm and stringy! Here in Singapore it is hard to find freshly made Phong Piah. Well, actually as it turns out, it is not that hard, its just that I did not really try looking for them. Most of the time, I buy the packaged ones from the supermarket or some friends (really good friends) might buy me some from their trip to Malaysia. But a Phong Piah that is freshly out of the oven is something to behold. I try to recreate the super crispy crust and sticky...

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