Sunday, June 18, 2006

Ta Sin Guan Tin Food Industry

When ever my family is on the way back to Setiawan, we sometimes pass by the Teluk Intan town to drop by Ta Sin Guan Tin Confectionery to buy their yummy banana chips.


Ta Sin Guan Tin Confectionery
No. 110, Jalan Pasar, 36000 Teluk Intan
05-6215110

Kepong branch
D-46, Block D, Vista Magna
Jalan Prima 1, Metro Prima 51200 Kepong KL
03-62522299


There are two types of banana chips that they sell, one with a think coat of sugar syrup, and one just banana chips like the one above. Both are really really good. The usual ones I find outside sold by kacang putih sellers or in the supermarkets are too hard. The ones from Ta Sin Guan Tin are just nice. Very crunchy and addictive! One pack is always never enough.


Other than the banana chips, they are famous for their in-house made 'heong peng'.


Heong Peng is a Chinese pastry, crunchy flaky pastry on the outside, and thick sweet sticky syrup on the inside.


My mom bought a lot! ... so I had to re bake the extras after a while to make them crunchy again. Remember to store them in air tight containers.


They also sell other famous Chinese biscuits, cookies and pastries. The 'kai chai peng' (little chicken biscuits), the twisted string biscuits, 'yee chai peng' (ear biscuits), a few types groundnut biscuts, 'lou por peng' beloved wife biscuits... and many many more. They don't make all of them but they will resell all the famous brand of each of the different types of Chinese biscuits.


Chit So Peng... I have new found love for this Chinese biscuit!

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2 pieces of worms:

Anonymous

Just bought my fav childhood Sin Guan Tin Heong Peah, bought it at SG's Malaysian food fair, and.. suprise suprise! IT sucked so bad!!!!
The crust is thick and hard, whats more the insides was so hard, it tasted like hardened sugar... dissapointment! THe standard gone down the drain! Lost confidence in the old brandname, obviously the new gen destroyed it

Anonymous

Just bought my fav childhood Sin Guan Tin Heong Peah, bought it at SG's Malaysian food fair, and.. suprise suprise! IT sucked so bad!!!!
The crust is thick and hard, whats more the insides was so hard, it tasted like hardened sugar... dissapointment! THe standard gone down the drain! Lost confidence in the old brandname, obviously the new gen destroyed it

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