Sunday, March 15, 2015

Ang Ku

Ang Ku is one of my favourite kuih and I like those ang ku made by Aroma Nyonya so whenever I see them, I must buy one pack of two ang ku to eat.

Ang Ku Kueh - A pack of two costs MYR2.30

The mung bean paste fillings inside. 



26 comments:

  1. I find Ang Ku Kueh very oily

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    1. Some are very oily, that's true but just the skin, the fillings are not oily.

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  2. I LIKE!!!! Love the big fat ones with lots of filling!!! The ones here are quite hopeless - they have very good ones in Kuching, really very big and fat, thin skin, all filling. Yummmmm!!!!!

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    1. The one in the photo can be considered to have lots of fillings!

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  3. Hi Mun, I love ang ku too. I like them soft with thin skin and lots of filling. It is not easy to find good ones now.

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    1. That's why when I see the ones from this producer, I must buy them. It is like you say soft with thin skin and lots of filling.

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  4. I love ang ku too but the most I eat is 2 pieces.

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    1. The most I eat now is 1 piece. Will give the other piece to someone else.

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  5. I love them too, used to wallop them all up, but lately I don't seem to be able to handle more than one piece. I think it is the skin's ingredients, if I have more than one, it gives me an uncomfortable feeling in my tummy. :(

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    1. Could it be that you are developing intolerance for glutinous flour/rice?

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  6. Same here I like angku.. All kinds - green bean paste, red bean paste, even peanuts.. Can eat 10!

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    1. I only like those with mung beans filling.

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  7. I like the ones with mung bean paste the most.

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  8. I also love ang ku. My grandma likes to deep fry leftover ang ku and that tastes really good!

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    1. I would never have thought of deep frying them. I guess it is like deep frying Mars Bars done in Scotland.

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  9. ang ku looks delicious! I have never tasted it.. Is it very sweet? Looks like a sugar bomb :D

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    1. It is sweet but not very, very sweet. If you like the taste of mung beans you will like this.

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  10. This is my fav kuih! I wanted to make them but I always lazy to source the ingredients and I don't have a food processor at home.

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    1. I am sure your ang ku will be delicious when you finally make them. :)

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  11. I love them whether it is green or red!
    I also love them fried. So heavenly!

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    1. You also know that they can be fried!? Maybe I am the only one who does not know this.

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  12. I don't know how is it that you are so good in making food appealing to me. I don't usually like angku but after seeing this, I feel like eating it!

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    1. Is ang ku available in Shanghai? I think you must be missing the food here. :)

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