Chinese Pancake / Min Jiang Kueh / Mee Chang Kueh
Chinese pancakes or the mee chang kueh comes with two versions, the thin and crispy or the thick and spongy, the fillings are much the same of using peanuts, butter, red bean paste, kaya, coconut, peanut butter, corn, fruit jam etc, a wide varieties are available but yet to find one with Durian paste.
Granny’s Pancake Mee Chang Kueh is a traditional Chinese cake and a good Mee Chang Kueh must heed to two important success factors, a soft, spongy and a chewy exterior with the fresh and high quality fillings to create a real good stuff. While Tanglin Halt or Tiong Babru Mee Chang Kueh has made its name for good quality and taste, Granny’s pancake has no qualm to stand up for the challenge.
The dough was soft and fragrant and the fillings were generous and fresh, the peanut was ground to the right bits with the almost perfect right sweetness. Other fillings offered by the stall are red bean, coconut and peanut butter, the fillings are really good and fresh; after tasting the first round, it got us hooked and we will definitely go back again!
Granny’s mee chang kueh claims their kueh has no oil, eggs or milk added and yet can they can create such delightful desserts, a thump up to them.
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Kim Keat Palm Market & Food Centre Singapore 310022