Thursday, 16 January 2014
Malaysia Boleh! Jurong Point, Singapore Apom Stall
This popular Penang style apom and ban chang kuih stall is near the entrance of Malaysia Boleh! food court in Jurong Point, Singapore.
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!
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.
Sugar and crushed peanuts are then sprinkled onto the half ready shell.
The ban chang kuih is covered to let it cook for short while.
Moments later, the crispy ban chang kuih is ready.
The apom at Malaysia Boleh! is also very good.
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
The staff ladles in the batter into the kuali. The batter is made with flour, eggs and bits of coconut meat.
The four different types of filling added onto the pancake.
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.
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
Hours: 10:00am to 10:00pm
Date visited: 14 Jan 2014
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