Saturday, April 23, 2016

T2014 Red Bean

Is this upside down?

Guan Pei Redbean Cake - we bought one to share and try. Nice when eaten warm. This is quite similar to the Japanese Dorayaki - red bean fillings sandwiched between two small pancakes, sometimes in the shape of a fish.

There are 7 other types of fillings: cream, yam, chocolate, peanut butter, sesame, cheesy corn and a savoury sweet type which is radish filling. Please refer to http://guan-pei.com.tw/product/ and we only tried the red bean type.

關 北 紅豆餅 - website: http://guan-pei.com.tw/ The cakes are made after you have placed your order so that they are as fresh as can be. The shop is in Taipei.

12 comments:

  1. Wow! So much red bean inside. Looks good.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. They did not scrimp on the fillings.

      Delete
  2. I would go for red bean filling. Yum yum.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Wah!!! I want this!!! There's one stall in Taman Muda pasar malam that sells this, but... look at all those red bean filling! The one here "cannot come"!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. The local one is cheaper so cannot give full fillings I guess.

      Delete
  4. I have eaten these before, nice snack, yes they do have different fillings and flavours such as red bean, cheese, egg mayo, custard (caramel), chocolate, peanut butter etc

    ReplyDelete
  5. Japanese Dorayaki? So is like the Doraemon dao sha bao?

    ReplyDelete
  6. So much of filling there. I would have found it v hard to choose just one type!

    ReplyDelete