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Friday, 28 February 2014

Homi Curry Puff at Restaurant Hock Seng Two, PJ



We have pass by this restaurant many times and each time when in the evening though all the rest of the stalls had closed, Mamarazzi saw this stall selling Curry Puff still open.

And many people are buying for this stall .

Got curious so one day few months ago, papa stop by this stall and Mamarazzi got down  to get two piece of curry puff.

Saw got the Ho Chiak sticker there and some newspaper posting.

Huge curry puff. If not mistaken it was RM2. 

Mamarazzi like the flaky skin. Me too. Quite a lot of fillings in the curry puff. Hmm....looks tempting hor...Maybe Mamarazzi can try her hand in making the curry puff? But how to make the flaky skin ah?

62 comments:

  1. MYR2 for such a big curry puff is indeed value for money. The curry inside is not spicy isn't it because Small Kucing does not like spicy food but he likes this so I guess it is not spicy and hot.

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  2. Slurpsssss!!!! I go KL, you buy for me, can? I like...but I prefer baked ones, not so oily.

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    1. errr...duno they have baked punya or not...saw these are fried punya

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  3. Wah, the moment I see the word curry puff I must read first leh.. I love curry puff too.. Everytime if pass by those roadside malay stall, sure I will eye for their curry puff.. But I usually go for their karipap sardine.. Wah, I tell you, heaven !! Whenever there is any malay roadside stall ahh, I sure go see-see-look-look see got any karipap sardine or not...

    This karipap you are talking about, izzit in SS2? It's located inside a kopitiam with individual food stalls one izzit?

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    1. seldom have karipap sardine nowadays.

      yes that one

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  4. wah, many people buying the curry puffs, and is there long queue?? some stalls once the stuffs are ready for sale, the people will come like a swarm of bees to attack and within a couple of minutes, the stuffs are already sold out, haha!! i hope that that "bad" with this stall?? errr, bad for customers but good for the boss lah, haha~~

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  5. oh, i like this kind of curry puffs!! love the flaky skin and this is really huge!! but was that Mamarazzi's hand or Small Kucing's hand?? if that was Mamarazzi's then the puff is super huge!! RM2 is not expensive lah like that.. nowadays those basic curry puffs at stalls also 40sen a piece, this is like 4 times bigger, so the price is reasonable lah..

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    1. yes....sedap lor this karipap

      bigger than Mamarazzi's palm leh

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  6. and can see the fillings, chunky potatoes and chicken pieces!! errr, do they come with egg wedge inside?? i know Mamarazzi didn't like egg perhaps so she opted for the PM version (hehehe, you understand what i mean).. nice leh, i peep at the curry puff once again, would like to try one..

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    1. generous with the liu lor. Otherwise sure no customer wanna buy at that price

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  7. and now i read the title again, HOMI.. oh, i remember this!! this is also available in MV, ah, i have tried that before, really nice woh.. but then it's RM2.70 a piece in MV, this one outside the restaurant at RM2 is so much cheaper leh.. now can prove that the rental in MV is super expensive, haha!! :D

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    1. You wanna know how much to rent a stall at MV ah? hehehe

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    2. yeah, why not?? so that if i wanted to open one in MV, i have an idea too :D

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    3. which floor you want? LG most expensive. Somewhere in the middle cheaper. ;)

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    4. That high price ah over tghere? It's near the Tony Roma there right? pass by before but tarak notice the price

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  8. The curry puff is so big leh, I think I had once before and one is full already, hehe!!! =]

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  9. If i see many people buying, i will be curious and go buy and try out, hehe...

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  10. Sulk sulk, you didn't buy and pos laju over, sob sob...

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    1. how to poslaju la....grow mushroom leh

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  11. Using egg I guess. My karipap version didn't add egg, so the skin runs smooth. So I guess egg makes the texture like that. Some people twist the dough and cut it first. That's why there is another version of Karipap, Karipap Putar.

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    1. wow...nice leh...one day i wanna try

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  12. The only time I buy these is when I'm at Midvalley in the evenings, when they're selling them at a discount.. I don't know why I brainfarted and forgot these were from SS2...

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    1. hahaha....half priced...that mean RM1plus only...not bad leh

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  13. Good morning,
    This the stall in SS2 right? Delicious curry puff!
    Enjoy them for the weekend!

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  14. I like my curry puff with hard boiled egg inside, this one have ar?

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    1. this one have i think...makan liao...forgot LOL

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  15. This is good stuffs! I have seen they sell in One Utama shopping mall (if not mistaken), but not as nice as this one. Wondering the same people who make this.

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    1. maybe same but this one outdoor...maybe oil is "hotter" . 1U got aircond leh...

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  16. Oh, this spiral curry puff sound very good!

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  17. The kalikok is really huge... but Ipoh also got one... those peddlers normally come in and sell them in the coffeeshops so it is quite difficult to locate them... but I think I cannot finish one at one go... too huge!

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    1. saw before when we went makan there. Yea very big size wor

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  18. I'm not really a fan of Curry Puff but this really looks so attractive. Don't mind to drop by the shot if i passed by there.

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    1. From the comments from others, it seems that this HOMI hv branch.

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  19. Wah! Syiok lah eat curry puff.

    Aunty Lina long time no eat one. *sob sob* LOL

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    1. because SP didn't tabao for me, and that she also wants to wear a size S t-shirt ma~~

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  20. The curry puff is so huge and only RM2.00!!! The seller labelled the price wrongly or Mamarazzi had blurr eyes!

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    1. Maybe mamarazzi lenglui so the seller charge her cheaper * perasan mode* LOL

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    2. yalah, maybe mamarazzi "electrify" him until he wrapped the curry puff double the usual size :D

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    3. Muahahahahahahaha!!!!! I am sure Kaldip was not there otherwise all the karipap became Ham Sim Pang!!!

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  21. Go GOOGLE, as you will learn everything there, hopefully. haha....

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  22. Tried before. Taste wise; ok but its too big and not for me.

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  23. The curry puff is so big! RM 2 is very reasonable la!

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  24. The 1st thing when I saw the pic, I think that curry puff were ssssooo big!! RM2 for thay big curry puff is cheap.

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    1. shhh shhh...cannot let the boss know kakaka

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  25. We've something similar here in SG & you can have a choice of egg yolk in the puff too. The brand of the fluffy puff is AA. Try it next time!

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  26. Rm 2 ?! That's very reasonable! with that substantial size! thanks for sharing :D

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