Thursday, April 8, 2010

Teluk Intan Sin Guan Hoe Heong Peah Biscuit

Teluk Intan is one of the food havens in Malaysia. I gave a plate of pizza to my wife’s colleague the other day and she gave me a packet of Teluk Intan Heong Peah when she returned me the plate. In Penang we called it Beh Teh Soh. Yup, she brought it all the way from Teluk Intan and the heong peah is really fresh. The outer crust is very flaky and the sesame seeds gave it extra aroma! I love the slight salty maltose sugar inside which has the right sweetness that suits my taste buds. The ingredients listed on the packet are wheat flour, maltose, sesame seed, margarine, vegetable oil, salt, sugar and shallots. Maybe I will try to make this next time! I ate 5 pcs at one go.......LOL! Here is the address I found on the packet. Kedai Biskut (Biscuit Shop) Sin Guan Hoe 23, Jalan Pasir Bedamar, 36000, Teluk Intan, Perak Darul Ridzuan, Malaysia Tel : 056215094

15 comments:

Alice Law said...

Ohhh... I love Heong Peah, to the extend I can gulp 5 in one shot! hehe, it's so kind of you to give away pizza... must be a home made right!

have a nice day ahead!

Gulmohar said...

Scrumptious biscuits...

MaryMoh said...

Wow..... you ate 5 pieces in one go! I can imagine they must be so delicious. I actually saw these at Chinatown, London and bought a packet recently. It is not as delicious as I expected. I think they are not fresh enough. I hope to go back one day to try the freshly made ones. I'm sure they taste awesome.

cleffairy said...

Eh? You like TI Heong peah? Next time I go back husband's hometown, i buy some for you and pass to you. LOL... wan bo? That is, if I go back la... LOL...

manglish said...

same here i actually brought one here tot wana share with my colleague then i end up finishing it alone hahahaaa they can wait hahahaha

Cheryl said...

The biscuits sound very good. I don't think I have ever come across any like those here.

suituapui said...

Wah! Got Chinese pantang - people give things, cannot return empty plate, must balas one. I also practise that! They say Teluk Intan heong peah the best. I had some good ones from Taiping long ago - the filling still soft, runny and gooey - not hard like most that I buy these days...

Pete said...

Alice Law : Yes, I made the pizza...have a nice day!

Gulmohar : Very nice!

Mary Moh : He he, normally hard to stop when I start eating...LOL

Cleff : Of course want lah! Bila balik?....tahun depan ah?

Manglish : ha ha ha, you must be missing Malaysian food a lot over there.....LOL!

Cheryl : Maybe can get from Chinatown

STP : Taiping has some good ones also. I guess if fresh must be good!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I like this....

reanaclaire said...

the last time i went to TI was few years ago, that time i bought the Tiger brand heong peang.. now there is a branch in ipoh selling TI products.. but too bad no TI chee cheong fun yet! :p

Blessed Homemaker said...

Pete, when I saw your first pic, I thought you made them! I love Beh Teh Soh, especially the one with a tiger on the packaging. And my max is 3 at one go ;-)

Pete said...

Someshere in Singapore : He he, my favourite too!

Renaclaire : Wah, Tiger brand, eat already hari hari mau! LOL! TI chee cheong fun can ask Cleff to supply, each time she buys.....by the dozens....LOL!

Blessed Homemaker : It would be interesting to explore the recipe...LOL!

My Little Things Corner said...

This is gooooood, last time my friend also bought for me...yummy. This remember me to ask him buy some when he got go back to his hometown....hehehe

Donna said...

i love heong beng too!!
but i never bought it, ahahah.. normally given by supplier, friends, colleague only

[SK] said...

yeah, heong beng is one of my favourite pastries!! everytime my friend goes back ipoh, i'm sure to ask him get me some.. :p

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