Thursday, 16 January 2014

Malaysia Boleh! Jurong Point, Singapore Apom Stall

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This popular Penang style apom and ban chang kuih stall is near the entrance of Malaysia Boleh! food court in Jurong Point, Singapore.

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I like the ban chang kuih at Malaysia Boleh! because the shell is super crispy and tasty with a slightly sweet and savoury flavour. The ban chang kuih shell is so crispy, it shatters easily in my hands :P

I also like the filling of crushed peanuts and sugar which is not overly sweet.

I observed how this tasty snack is made at Malaysia Boleh!

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The light batter is applied onto the pan (kuali) using an oil brush. Using this method, only just the right amount of batter is applied to the kuali for a super thin shell.

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Sugar and crushed peanuts are then sprinkled onto the half ready shell.

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The ban chang kuih is covered to let it cook for short while.

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Moments later, the crispy ban chang kuih is ready.

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The apom at Malaysia Boleh! is also very good.

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The fluffy, airy, soft wrap has a golden brown skin and slightly crispy fringe. The pancake wrap is eggy and has coconut fragrance. There are 4 types of fillings, namely, banana, red beans, peanut and corn. I like all four types :D

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The staff ladles in the batter into the kuali. The batter is made with flour, eggs and bits of coconut meat.

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The four different types of filling added onto the pancake.

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When the apom is ready, the skin is folded over and the pancake is served. Apom is extra nice when eaten piping hot fresh off the kuali.

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When you are in Jurong Point, pick up some delicious freshly made apom and ban chang kuih for snack :D

Malaysia Boleh! Food Court
Address: Jurong Point II, Level 3 (at Boon Lay MRT Station), Singapore
Map: http://goo.gl/maps/ZmFG2
GPS: 1.340615,103.706312
Hours: 10:00am to 10:00pm


Date visited: 14 Jan 2014

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