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Wednesday, 28 March 2012

Kompia Making at Seng Wan Bakery, Rejang Park, Sibu

The next morning Uncle Arthur came to our hotel very early to bring us see people making Kompia

The shop is called Seng Wan Bakery located opposite a market at Rejang Park. Interesting looking chicken.


Alamak..am too short. Can't see lah...


Papa..Papa...you are very tall and strong oh....


Go there! Nearer....I wanna see..


 Hmmm it's like Roti Tempayan. They make the dough then shape it.

 Then they paste it on the wall of the wall of the "crock pot". They still use Charcoal to heat the "crock pot"


When it's done, the Uncle took the Kompia out from the Crock Pot using a stick and a net sort of instrument.

 
MMmm...fresh from the pot.

 Put into a basket to cool down. The ones with Sesame Seeds are salty

 WHile those without, are sweet. Mamarazzi preferred the sweet ones. Taste so GOOD when dipped into hot Kopi O.

 
 On the way to our car, we spotted this. Uncle Arthur bought some for us to taste.

 
It's called Tee Piang. It's made of Soya Bean Pulp according to Uncle Arthur.

But I was too excited to finish the whole piece coz our next destination is our "first" breakfast of the day. Yup...you heard me right coz there was a second breakfast. 

While in Sibu, we practically ate each meal twice.

48 comments:

  1. nice experience there.. kompia making XD

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  2. Ohhhh! The oven looks like tandoor!

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  3. Sibu, the Food Paradise... Once you've come here, you would want to come again and again and again... Every other place would not seem so nice anymore.

    When's your next trip?

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  4. actually it's very interesting to see how the things that you eat are being produced hor??

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  5. oh, the snack arthur bought looks good too.. is it some kind of indian fried snacks?? made from soya pulp, so healthy..

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  6. I love all these biscuits. If I were there, sure I will buy a lot it.

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  7. Mmmmm, yummy kompia fresh from the hot traditional oven....

    Hey, got chickens hanging around the market......lol!

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  8. the teepiang looks like some kind of curry udang without prawns. only available at sarawak?

    Latest: Authentic Thai Food outside Thailand!

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  9. aiks...where is the 'rosak' kompia?..ahahhahah

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  10. Nothing taste better than fresh food...xD yumm~~

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  11. Kompia making experience....

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  12. actually I dint know that this is call kompia...but now I know.

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  13. Now you have to agree with me, kompia taste a lot nicer when it fresh out from oven. :D:D

    I still prefer kompia more than the sweet one.

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  14. Good to read and see the photos once again...!! now wondering whether i tried the tee piang or not.. did i or did i not?? :)

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  15. Love the pictures here, Mama... like you, i also prefer the sweeter ones..

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  16. so delicious looking!! Does it taste like biscuit or bread? Somehow, I imagine it to taste bread-like. :)

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  17. look like those biscuits are delicious.

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  18. Tee piang looks like curry udang???? Not like curry ikan or curry ayam kah??? Muahahahahaha!!!!!

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  19. This are the type of snacks my kids loves to eat. I personally i like to see where the snacks we eat are produced..

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  20. Can we simply walk in to have a look at 'em making kompia?

    So 2 breakfasts everyday? Lucky you!

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  21. Thanks for sharing Kompia making, very authentuc. Also the Tee Piang, next time i must keep soy bean pulp when making soy milk and to make this.

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  22. woah! eating freshly made kompia! you'r very lucky small kucing!

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  23. I have not seen the kuih before but looks really good. I can imagine how the taste will be dipping into coffee.

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  24. wah.....ate 2 times per meal. Great. haha....my hubby would love this type of tour. Eat and eat only.

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  25. STP

    u can be ambassador for Sibu la

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  26. SK

    saw before the kompiah making process in tv. But this is the 1st time looking at how they make real time.

    It was something like indian snack ..Taste ok

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  27. Sheoh Yan

    we borong like rm10 home LOL....

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  28. Pete

    recalling you post on the chicken LOL..

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  29. Fish

    not sure if it only available there or not but taste different from the prawn fritters la

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  30. Jenny

    if you go STP blog you will discover many new type of food

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  31. Annie

    ya...fresh from oven taste the best

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  32. caroliegrant


    if you havent tried, can go again

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  33. Claire

    celup kopi o is the best

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  34. Karen

    not only looked delicious but taste delicious too

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  35. May

    It was an interesting trip :)

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  36. Che-Cheh

    Yes, can walk in and see. They welcome it :)

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  37. Sonia

    looking forward to your recipe

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  38. Missyblurkitt

    Yes, I am a lucky fella

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  39. Nava

    Yes, it's great to dip in kopi

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  40. mNhL

    hahaha...come come..next time join us

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