Curry puff is one of those things that immediately comes to your mind if someone ask you to name some Malaysian foods. There is nothing more appetizing than hot curry puffs with hot coffee or tea for teatime snacks.
Last weekend, hubby bought these karipap which I believe is only available in Penang. It is the famous pap panas panas karipap. Not exactly the best but because it has been around for so long, it becomes part of our Penangites comfort foods. There is more crispy skin than fillings. And there is no meat except for curried potatoes inside.
This karipap is made of huge crispy flour skin and flatten as there aren’t much fillings. What’s special is they give you lots of onions and chillies pickled with vinegar. It is a cross of a murtabak and curry puff.
I remember when I was in Sabah, they have these roti canai goreng. It is roti canai, wrapped with some potatoes and deep fried. I bought a piece but it was awfully oily. But now, when I look at the photos from Sabah, I wish I can go there again soon because they have so many foods not found over here.