Wondering where to have your tea time at Penang? Whenever during weekend, I like to drive to Cintra Street for the Curry Chee Cheong Fun (ccf). When I found out this ccf in year 2008, I’m liking it until now.
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Tea time! What’s for snacks today? How does a sweet and crispy fried banana fritters (pisang goreng) sound like?
Other than fried banana fritters, they have fried popiah, fried tapioca, fried glutinous rice cake and fried sweet potato. This stall is located opposite Tua Pui Curry Mee. Another stall that selling similar snacks is located near Heng Ee School.
I am actually salivating when I’m writing this post. I miss the taste of it, too bad I can’t get this at Penang. Ah Weng Koh Hainan Tea is a famous stall selling authentic Hainan Coffee and toasted bread which is located at Imbi Market.
My bf’s brother introduced this place to us during our last trip to KL.
Allie’s been missing in action for quite sometime. Hope that my readers will forgive me as I’ve been caught up with something lately and it took lots and lots of my time. However, I managed to take a break from the tedious schedule.
This place is suitable for breakfast and also tea time. This is one of the gem in Penang Island. It’s just a simple stall located at a small alley in Campbell Street but it’s always crowded with people. Are you wondering now what food do they sell? Scroll down… but most Penangnites will know when they see the first picture.
Weekend always means late breakfast for me. So normally later in the evening we will have some light food before the dinner. Let’s go for some fried economic bihun, fried popiah and tong sui. How does that sound?
It’s a small stall located at Choi Wui Lei Tea Carden Coffee Shop which is located same row with Yaki Teppan Restaurant . It sells some light snack which includes popiah, chai koay, fried raddish cake, tong sui and etc.
It’s always a happy day during weekend as it’s a non working day. Normally we would drive to town area for late breakfast. This is one of my favourite place for breakfast, the food are great and there are lots of choices.
My favourite would be curry mee. This curry mee stall has been featured by Rasa Rasa Penang.
What a lazy Sunday morning… I woke up late again. Not able to go to the famous Perak Road or One Corner Cafe Hokkien Mee again. *geram*! Why all the famous hokkien mee finish so early one… can’t they make more to sell? or… I actually should wake up earlier huh.
Since we are late, so no luck on the hokkien mee already. So we have to come out with another plan on what to have for our breakfast. My bf suggested the Fried Fish Fillet Bihun Soup at Macalister Road. I immediately agreed as I love the fish there. To our disappointment, we saw that the coffee shop is under renovation and the bihun soup stall was gone.
Later we found out that the bihun soup stall is going to stop operation for one month due to the renovation of the coffee shop.
After a moment of silent due to disappointment, suddenly I thought of this hokkien mee stall told by a friend of mine. It’s located just slightly opposite to the bihun stall. The Top Taste Hokkien Mee stall is located in Sin Kim San Coffee Shop.
You can never go to the wrong stall as the stall is decorated by a big prawn on top.
Nowadays more and more donuts chain stores are blooming across Malaysia. Names like Big Apple Donuts, Dunkin’ Donuts, J Co Donut and Missy Donut are no longer a stranger to us.
I am a fan of donuts especially Big Apple Donuts. I luv those soft and fluffy donuts. Here I would like to share the recipe that we use when we baked these donuts during one weekend. It produced soft and fluffy donuts. This is the recipe my aunt always use when she bake donuts. It never fail her.
See those soft and fluffy donuts sitting nicely on a plate… I just have the urge to have a bite into it when I’m writing this post.
It’s baking time again!
This nyonya layer kuih is no longer a stranger in our life. In my hometown, we called this kuih ’9 layer kuih’.
We found this recipe in my aunt’s new cooking book and decided to give it a try after we bake the mango cheese cake.
Let me share with you the result before I share the recipe. This is how my layer kuih look like.
The colour looks a bit dull ya. But too much colouring also not good la. Haha…
Following the recipe, we only manage to produce 7 layers. Taste pretty good and it’s not too sweet.
200g rice flour
100g tapioca flour
10g sago flour
300ml thick coconut milk
1/2 tsp salt
220g caster sugar
Few drops of red colouring
1. To make syrup, cook sugar and water until sugar is well dissolved, set aside.
2. Combine the batter ingredients, add in syrup. Strain it.
3. Divide batter mixture into 2 equal portions, mix one portion with red colouring. Leave the other portion white.
4. Line a greased 8 inches round cake tin with plastic sheet.
5. Pour a layer of white batter (about 150ml each layer) into the cake tin. Steam over high heat for 4-5 minutes. Then pour a layer of red batter and steam for further 5 minutes.
6. Repeat the above procedure until finished up the remaining batter. Steam the final layer at medium heat for another 10 – 15 minutes. Remove from heat, leave to cool, cut and serve.
Do not read this post if you are not a banana lover…
Haha… no offence ya. Anyone can read this post.
I found out this stall at New World Park selling yummy banana pan cake. This stall is located next to the stall selling famous ba chang, chai kueh, tong sui and chee cheung fan.
The stall owner is very generous with the banana and also the grounded peanuts. The banana pancake tasted sweet and fragrant compliment to the banana and also the grounded peanuts. The edge of the pancake is crispy while the center of the pancake tasted soft.
Suitable as light snack in the evening. Another alternate choice for afternoon snack will be a crispy pisang goreng which is located at the roundabout of Jalan Free School.