Review: Fortune Food Homemade Springroll (Singapore)

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Fortune Food Homemade Springroll makes their own popiah skin used in making their popiah. This popiah has moist shredding of turnips, carrot and cucumber with bean sprouts, vegetable bits, egg bits, crispy bits and crunchy grated peanuts added. It has a mild sweet taste from the added sweet sauce. Chewy skin outside, moist fillings inside and with some crispiness and crunchiness. It is quite likeable.

Kueh Pie Tee

This kueh pie tee has uses a handmade crispy shell. Shreds of turnip with carrot, sweet sauce, crispy bits, grated peanuts and eggs bits are used as its filling. It is then topped with a dollop of garlic chilli and coriander leaves. Tastes quite nice.

Muah Chee

This muah chee has soft chewy and sticky glutinous flour dough cut into small pieces and coated with fine grated peanut powder and sugar giving it a nice light crunch. Balanced tastes with just the right amount of sweetness. Good as a snack.


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