Friday, November 14, 2008

Beh Teh Soh (Roti Gula Putih, Hiong Piah, White Sugar Biscuit)

This type of biscuit is known as Beh Teh Soh in Penang. The outer layer of the biscuit is crispy and the filling is made from sweet molasses. The main ingredients are wheat flour, white sugar, wheat molasses, salt, vegetable oil, sesame seed and shallots. I love to eat Beh Teh Soh as my tea time snack. It goes down well with Pu Err tea.

These Beh Teh Soh are from Butterworth. They are priced at RM3.80 for 10 pieces.

These Hiong Piah are from Perak, Yee Hup. Very crispy and contains less sugar inside. I love the taste!

Nice packaging but pricey, around RM1 per piece sold in a packet of 10s. Yee Hup Brand Hiong Piah Gunung Rapat Hiong Piah S/B 32, Lorong Gunung Rapat 3, Gunung Rapat N/V, 31350, Ipoh, Perak Tel : 05 3120741 Yee Hup Enterprise S/B 7,9,11, Jalan Sri Ampang Tmn Ipoh Jaya 31350, Ipoh, Perak Tel : 05 3132328 Fax : 05 3138688 Related Post 1) http://peteformation.blogspot.com/2008/10/penang-roti-tapai-biscuits.html 2) http://peteformation.blogspot.com/2008/11/beh-teh-soh-roti-gula-putih-hiong-piah.html 3) http://peteformation.blogspot.com/2009/04/pong-piah-and-hiau-piah-chinese.html 4) http://peteformation.blogspot.com/2009/07/malaysian-attap-chi-attap-palm-fruit.html 5) http://peteformation.blogspot.com/2009/07/sheng-hiang-tambun-biscuit-biskut.html 6) http://peteformation.blogspot.com/2009/07/mini-rempeyek-malaysian-traditional.html 7) http://peteformation.blogspot.com/2009/07/shat-kei-ma-crispy-egg-flour-with.html

14 comments:

cleffairy said...

Ohh... I still have some of this... buy from Bidor, Perak, really nice!

Angie said...

Give me give me....

Pete said...

cleff : Ya, agree, very crispy!

Angie : Aiya left one only, my daughter sapu all. Next round I go back hometown, I get one packet for you but you fly here and there how to pass to you leh!

eunice said...

I love Ipoh Yeehup hiong piah! I always buy from there when I go Ipoh. I also blogged about that!

Hiong piah

foongpc said...

Is this the same as beh teh saw from the one and only Him Heang at Jalan Burma, Penang? I really love this biscuit. It costs about RM6 for 8 pieces all individually wrapped. The last time I visited Penang, bought a dozen boxes! Never tried from this Yee Hup brand before. Wonder which one is better?

suituapui said...

RM1 each is really too expensive...Two of those+20 sen, I can have a bowl of noodles here already! They say best is from Taiping? Or Teluk Intan? I like it when it is creamy and sticky inside (not dry)and the skin is flaky.

Roses said...

i had this. dont really like it

the food post in your blog reminds me that it's been a while since i ate like a king...
i am eating like a peasant now and loosing weights without knowing...=(

levian said...

it looks like 马蹄酥 to me, n i like it!

Monica said...

hmmm.. YUM! YUM!

come join me for a glass of lemonade Pete! :-D

cleffairy said...

I agree with situapui, Teluk Intan wan very nice to eat...

Pete said...

Eunice : Ha ha, u like it too.

foongpc : Each one has its' own unique flavour but I like Yee Hup one more.

STP : Ya lorr, real expensive. Yee Hup's one is very crispy and flaky.

Roses : Hi Rose, How's work? If busy must take care and eat whenever you are hungry. Cheers!

levian : Hiong Piah is nice, my favourite.

monica : Thks for the lemonade, very sweet of you.

Pete said...

Cleff : Mmm, I never try Teluk Intan ones, or maybe I have, can't remember. Maybe Cleff remember to tar pau one for me next time, can or not?

Mommy to Chumsy said...

ahhhh..these are my favourite. never fail to buy them when i go back to ipoh :D i prefer those darker ones, more like burnt as they are crunchier..hahhahaaa

cleffairy said...

=.= can, can, when I go back to my husband's hometown lorr... by then not only tapao those cookies... i will tapau the TI CCF oso... whahahah... OMG, I really can hentam that stuff! Dun play play one, 3-4 at one sitting! Wah!

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