Mooncake – The traditional style

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It is the mooncake festival once again and you can see mooncakes sold every where. I personally find the mass produced not as nice as those sold by smaller shops. That’s why I always go back to Toh Yuen, Jalan Campbell to get my mooncakes.

I bought a few today because they are just hot out of the oven. Toh Yuen is an old traditional chicken rice and dim sum restaurant which have been around for decades. It is one of those greasy, olden Chinese kopitiam. They are famous for their beef soup as well.

My favourite mooncake is the ping pei or snow skin one. The above purple one is the yam paste. I only manage a bite ‘cos my kids ate all of them. 🙁

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This here is the durian mooncake and the smell of durian is as real as can be.

Beside the durian, I bought one coconut and one golden ham and nuts.

Toh Yuen’s mooncake is not halal.

However, there are many types of halal mooncakes now which are certified halal. To our Muslims friends who are fasting, do get some for buka puasa. Mooncakes are really nice.

Ok, I am off to the pasar ramadhan now. Woohoo, a month of good foods!

Post Author: Lilian

Food, travel, recipes. Chinese Malaysian, blogger, photographer and writer.

8 thoughts on “Mooncake – The traditional style

    putri

    (September 13, 2007 - 6:56 pm)

    WOW!Yummy looking mooncakes..I hope u take pics of pasar ramadhan..I’m also a food blogger but only searching HALAL food. If u got any recommendations..feel free to inform me!

    chocolate.zzz

    (September 14, 2007 - 12:45 am)

    Do you have Toh Yuen’s business hours? Would like to buy mooncake from them since u recommended but not sure the operating hours..Or you do have the contact no?? Where is the pasar ramadhan? Would like to go too…

    Godoffoods

    (September 14, 2007 - 1:46 am)

    woow, the bake moon cake is so nice. I like the mooncake inside got no “inti” one from penang which was super nice, but too bad i cant get it in kl. Dose the Toh Yuen distribute to KL market?

    Lilian

    (September 14, 2007 - 5:44 pm)

    godoffoods – Toh Yuen only sells from their own shop. Yeah, their biscuit, we call kong chai peng is good too. I think cos I hate those, never eat before. LOL.

    chocolate – Toh Yuen is NOT halal. 😛 But they are open only during the day. Pasar Ramadhan. I will do a post this weekend.

    putri – Welcome and nice of you to drop by.

    Godoffoods

    (September 14, 2007 - 6:06 pm)

    not kong zai peng ah, u know the fish mooncake u post last year…that one…ahahhah

    IronEaters

    (September 16, 2007 - 8:38 am)

    mooncakes..lov them. oo durian mooncakes, i havent tried them yet but gonna try them soon, as i saw this bread shop selling them in Melbourne. LOL. *happy* hope they will b good =D

    kixt

    (September 16, 2007 - 2:20 pm)

    auntie lilian, the yam moooncake looks yummy…how’s the sweetness measures up ?

    pen.dca.mel

    (September 19, 2007 - 9:28 am)

    Wow, durian mooncake? I’m not a fan of mooncakes, but for durian mooncakes, I will make an exception!

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