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SABAH: Bun Hock Bakery & Confectionary

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Unique to Sandakan, the Cantonese name for Sandakan’s famous UFO Tarts is actually “ngau si dui”. It certainly does not sound flattering as the direct translation means “cow dung pile”! 

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These tarts are not tarts per se as the base is actually a thin butter sponge cake. On top of this is meringue enclosing a yellow centre of eggy custard. Quite a number of Chinese bakeries in Sandakan town offer these cute tarts and their presentation differ from bakery to bakery.

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Instead of meringue, some use whipped cream (like the ones in Bun Hock Bakery) while others pipe a cross on top of the custard. There’s a fusion of tastes and textures at work here – spongy vanilla-tinged cake, creamy eggy smooth custard in the centre and light fluffy cream (or meringue) by the side… all in all, very yummy with a cup of hot tea! 

LOCATION: W.D.T. 429, Jalan Labuk, 90009, Sandakan, Sabah, 90000, Malaysia
CONTACT: +60 89-671 205

Source By: Internet

 

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