Some snacks for tea time? Besides fried banana fritters and kuih muih, maybe sweet apom?
Apom - Indian version of pancake, which is quite similar to the Chinese version. Apom pancake is very thin and crusty at the side and the middle filling is slighty thicker and soft and is normally prepared using a small wok or a claypot.
Sweet Apom stall @ Jalan Helang, Bandar Puchong Jaya
Apom with brown sugar @ RM 1.50
Apom with eggs @ RM 2.00
I was standing there waiting. The stall operator swirled the runny batter made from rice flour, eggs, sugar and coconut milk around the small wok and then covered it. Few minutes later- perfectly cooked! Crispy at the edge, soft in the middle. Interesting!
Along Jalan Helang, Bandar Puchong Jaya, 47100 Puchong Selangor Darul Ehsan