Wednesday, June 14, 2006


Horse Hoof Crisp

These are the 2 items I had in Sibu. The Horse Hoof Crisp is akin to doughnut but it's firmer in texture and it's coated with crunchy sugar bits. Have to had it freshly fried, or else it will go soft in a couple of hours. This was bought at Seng Kee Agency at Market Road. They fry Chinese Crullers (You-Tiao) and bake Chinese Bagels (Kompia) here too. This is the better known shop for making these Chinese confections in town.

The kompia below was purchased at the Bukit Aoup Park, on the outskirt of Sibu. Normally it comes with stuffed minced pork. That afternoon all they had left were the kompais, so I ordered ones with Rojak sauce (Shrimp paste concortion). It was horrible 'cos the kompia was a bit stale, due to the fact it wasn't reheated in the oven or deep-fried. One of these days I'll show you how to make one of those fillings......I promise.

Kompia (a.k.a Chinese bagel)

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