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Snacks Attack #2 - Tanglin Halt Original Peanut Pancake 东陵福传统正宗面煎糕

By my queenstown on Thursday, October 7, 2010 with 1 comment

Traditional peanut pancake, also known as min jian kueh, is crispy on the outside and awesomely chewy inside. Doused with roasted, finely ground peanuts, sugar is added to give the pancake a perfect mixture of sweet and savoury. 

A piece of Peanut Pancake

Mr and Mrs Teng prepared the batter at every morning at 4.30am. Mr Teng who is in his 60s has been serving Tanglin Halt residents with tasty pancakes, fresh from the oven, for the past 40 years. A former itinerant hawker, Mrs Teng's father taught them the traditional methods of making these pancakes when Mrs Teng married her partner many years ago. A keen perfectionist, Mr Teng will source out for fresh ingredients and prepare them himself on his "off" days on Mondays and Fridays.

Mr and Mrs Teng-the loving couple

Endless queues were forming when MyQueenstown Team visited this popular stall on a weekend. Priced at 60 cents for a peanut pancake and 90 cents for a yam pancake, Mr Teng has been trying out new flavours to attract the younger crowd. 



Tanglin Halt Original Peanut Pancake
Address: Block 48 Tanglin Halt Road Tanglin Halt Market Stall 16
Opening Hours: 4.30am-11am  (Tuesday-Thursday) 4.30am-1pm (Weekends) Close on Mondays and Fridays
Snack Attack Ratings: 7.5/10

Category: Makan Shiok , Snacks Attack

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1 comments:

Tomorrow Land said...
October 7, 2010 at 8:57 PM

Fantastic ..i had tasted and it really taste good

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