March 15, 2006

patisserie local

Karipap is what we call this half-moon shaped delicacies. You can't leave until you've tried one of these. Puff pastries filled with curried potatoes and chicken bits. This old man was very kind. He gave me an extra karipap because I took his picture. Trying to set himself apart from the other karipap sellers, he also stuffs his with mutton. Yummy!


Blogger Lisi said...

Hi, I was in KL last October but haven't tried Karipap...btw, he isn't really old, is he?

5:17 PM  
Blogger Edwin Sumun said...

he admitted to be in his fifties. well, not that old then ;)

the next time you come by, tell me and I'll get some for you to try.

2:18 AM  
Blogger Karine said...

Humm that looks really yummi to me!! I m a big fan of Asian pastries. Unfortunately hard to find here in Argentina. Thanks for sharing this photo :)

5:51 AM  
Blogger midnitebara said...

curry flavor,sounds very yummy. And that guy sure looks friendly to me.

7:23 AM  
Blogger Anne said...

Hmm i forgot what mutton is...what is it again?

11:28 AM  
Blogger Rafleesia said...

Karipap is the Malaysian mutation of the word "curry puff" - essentially a flaky pastry filled with curried whatever (usually chicken and potatoes) and deep fried till crisp. You can also get them in smaller sizes and filled with peanuts and sugar as a sweet alternative. They are the perfect snack for tea/brunch/whatever and can be found sold by several street hawkers that are bountiful in Malaysia, whether in the heart of the city or out in the villages.

12:22 PM  
Blogger Joe said...

I wonna test it!!!!

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6:00 PM  
Blogger Vancouver Daily Photo said...

Every so often we pick up curry puffs and Portugese egg tarts from a store just like this. I may take a photo!

12:28 AM  
Blogger Amande said...

That looks absolutely very good, yummy!!!

6:28 PM  

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