Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Penang Roti Tapai Biscuits

Don’t let the looks of the biscuit deceive you. This is actually a very tasty biscuit and I think it is quite popular in the northern states of Malaysia. Not many bakeries are making this type of biscuit anymore. I bought a packet of Roti Tapai Biscuits from Chai Leng Park, Butterworth wet market recently. It has a nice aroma and taste a bit sweet. Dip it in a cup of hot coffee, the result......yummy! So, remember to grab a packet of Roti Tapai whenever you visit the Malaysian northern states. Yummy, aromatic Roti Tapai Biscuits...................One packet RM2 only! Related Post on Chai Leng Park Wet Market http://peteformation.blogspot.com/2008/10/putu-mayam-authentic-indian-food.html http://peteformation.blogspot.com/2008/10/chinese-roast-pork-chai-leng-park-wet.html http://peteformation.blogspot.com/2008/10/chinese-nasi-lemak-chai-leng-park-wet.html http://peteformation.blogspot.com/2008/10/traditional-flavour-roast-duck-chai.html http://peteformation.blogspot.com/2008/10/kim-sun-great-wellesley-foodcourt-chai.html

7 comments:

Calvin Soo KJ said...

they should produce alcoholic tapai biscuits....then we can all mabuk when we have our evening tes...hheheheh

Pete said...

Calvin : Bro, then have to put a warning in the packet 'mengandungi 7% alcohol'. LOL

cleffairy said...

I really geram with you, Pete... those things you put on your blog, all my favourite! :-(

I tot that is not roti tapai, but roti kapal? LOL... i dunno which one is real, but i know that that roti very nice to eat!

Josephine said...

they looked oil-less.
I think i will like them.

suituapui said...

RM2 for so many? Cheap lah! Here, Sibu kompia RM1 only 4. Here, for the Foochow mooncake/biscuits, they put "mengandungi lemak babi"! LOL!!!

Indrani said...

I have noted this down, will purchase when I am there (if ever). :)

foongpc said...

Have never tasted it! Will try to remember to buy it next time I go there!

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