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Wednesday, 18 March 2015

Hong Kee Mah Chee And Peanut Dessert(Fa Sang Wu ) at Pasir Pinji, Ipoh

 You would think after buckets full of rice, we couldn't eat anything more right? Nope, next stop Auntie Claire directed us to this roadside stall Said to have the best Mah Chee/mochi (whatever you pronounce it la.) and also Fa Sang Wu (peanut dessert) in Ipoh.

 The Fa Sang Wu. Thick, creamy and sweet dessert. 

 Getting "manja" with Auntie Claire.

 Next comes the Mah Chee/Mochi. Think it's glutinous rice flour mixed into a dough and then with pounded peanuts added.

 The Boss said the best way to enjoy this Mah Chee is to dip the whole thing into the bowl of sweet Fa Sang wu.

Mmm....mmmm...nmnmnmnmn.....cannot talk liao..... delicious leh. The Boss tarak bluff. 

This stall is located along Jalan Queen in Ipoh. Easy to spot. You just need to see the place where there are loads of cars parked at the roadside, then you know the stall is nearby. Many stopped there to enjoy this sweet dessert. Yums....
 



62 comments:

  1. This looks quite interesting, and I am so glad you are enjoying it. :)

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  2. Ooo, tong sui.. I like.. I always go to a shop in mil's place, called Poon Kee, lastime nice la, now not so nice.. But I still want to go there to get my tongsui fix.. I like black sesame and peanut paste.. Nice..

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    1. This one nice lo. If gomipoh must try.


      Ss2 pasar mlm have one very nice fa sang wo stall too

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  3. Yum yumss!! I don't really like mah chee (or my mom calls it muah chee), but I think I can wallop 10 bowls of the fa sang wu!

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    1. Yes skme dun like muah chi coz lembik lembik and stick to teeth.

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  4. Didn't know you all like these - we have nice ones here too, different ones.

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    1. Each states have their own special food . Lol

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  5. This looks like a delicious snack. You've made me hungry!

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  6. I want some too. Mochi is a great dessert after lunch.

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  7. You sure have a sweet tooth!!

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  8. I like Mah Chee, but nowadays mah chee don't come cheap in pasar malam, unless ownself make...

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  9. The peanut dessert sounds wonderful. Mmmmm you are making my mouth water.

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  10. That mochis, must be delicious! I'd like to try one someday.

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    1. ya wor...nice. Must try. Should be halal coz no alchohol used nor pork

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  11. Good morning,... another must try next trip to Ipoh... love the peanut tong sui.

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  12. Mochi with crushed peanuts! Great idea!


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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  13. hey... basi or not.. hahahaa.. I also dont know my pictures gone where liow... sigh... I lagi basi.. belum put up... I think I didn't take much pictures, did I? hahahaa... Actually not too long ago la... 3 months only...

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    1. nevermind...someday they will reappear :p

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  14. I am not really a fan of the mah chee or the peanut dessert. But Japanese mochi, that I like a lot!

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  15. What a great post to teach me something new today! I love Fa Sang Wu and I love Mochi too.

    I didn't know that they could be eaten together!! Next time I must be more creative to blend the food like durian with coffee!

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    1. durian coffee? ahem ahem......ok u try first.... LOL

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  16. Sit in the car to eat one? My kiddos sure spill.

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    1. coz lazy to go down...in the car have air cond mah

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  17. haha.. following the Ipoh Food Mayor to go makan, sure will not miss out having desserts to complete the meal lah.. so, no surprise for Uncle SK at all that you all continued somewhere leh.. in fact, he wondered how come only those rice and no desserts at all in the previous post~~ xD

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    1. you know us well...makan and makan non stop punya

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  18. oolala!!! Uncle SK loves this machi and peanut paste soup!!! looks really loaded and kao kao with peanuts, the boss really no tipu at all leh.. somemore taught the customer the best way to eat the machi, Uncle SK likes the idea leh, must give 20 Likes to this boss!!!

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  19. and one thing so special leh, the boss is okay to serve the machi and dessert to customers inside the car leh.. so shyiok lah, just drive there, order and enjoy (the aircond and makanan) inside the car comfortably.. maybe this is common in Ipoh huh?? last time Uncle SK went to have one very nice and silky smooth taufufa also like that woh..

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    1. hahaha....inside car have air cond ma. KL also like that leh . The cendol and rojak indian. can eat in the car

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  20. wah Mamarazzi, the description of the place is really vague lah, muahaha!! next time Auntie Claire, calling Auntie Claire goes there, must share your location to Uncle SK okay?? like that baru won't get lost~~ :p

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  21. I have not heard of this dessert. But I am very fond of peanut butter.

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    1. dont think your place will have this. It's a asian dessert

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  22. My favourite mochi!!! Oh I didn't know must get together only nice. Next trip I will do just that.

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  23. Never tried dipping. While the gummy one is not fancied, I like the pea-nutty soup.

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  24. i am hoping you do not have lots of people there with peanut allergies. seems they are becoming more common in the US. i feel bad for those that have strong allergic reactions. i love mixed nuts and peanut butter. :)

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  25. oh no .... I miss the peanut paste from home!!

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    1. cham...hope you get to eat it soon

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  26. I've never heard of that dessert --but it certainly does look delicious. YUM.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  27. This place is a must-go-and-eat when are in Ipoh. I tapao when I was there. Great to see Small Kucing enjoying his muah chee dipped in fa sang wu,

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    1. we ate there and then when the peanut soup was warm

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  28. I love peanuts! Looks delicious dipping them in a desert

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    1. glad you have no allergy to peanuts. Nice dessert

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  29. Not really fond of peanut soup but yes for the mochi!

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