This you tiao is crispy with a chewy texture and lightly savoury flavours. Just exactly how a regular traditional you tiao tastes like. It is quite decent.
Ham Chim Peng Plain
This is the regular plain ham chim peng. Nice salty flavours with a chewy texture. Just the way a traditional ham chim peng is. Decently nice too.
Ham Chim Peng Red Bean
The red bean version of ham chim peng is commonly known as the sweet version. Same chewy crust with light salty flavours, and contains a sweet tasting red bean paste filling inside. Topped with white and black sesame seeds.
Ham Chim Peng Green Bean
The green bean ham chim peng replaces the red bean paste with green bean paste. Similarly chewy crust with light salty flavours and a sweet tasting green bean paste filling inside. This one is topped with white sesame seeds.
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