Ahahahaha sorry for the title, I'm feeling very sarky now since I'm off on Friday.
You see, sometime back, my SIL in Ipoh got us some dai bao (big bao) and one bagfull of yue tarn (fishballs). I'm not sure where the heck she got them in Ipoh but both the dai bao and yue tarn tasted darn good and they're huge (check them out next to a Chinese soup spoon)! The yue tarn taste and smell fresh even after a few days sitting in the fridge. Best of all it really contained fish meat instead of flour fillers and yet maintain its bounciness.
Those were how dai bao and yue tarn supposed to taste and look like originally. It's so hard to find dai bao that have proper filling of sliced pork, one piece of chicken, quartered hard boiled egg, reasonably sized chunks of turnips and a slice of char siu (BBQ pork) in one especially in Kuala Lumpur. Most of the time the dai bao would just have a lump of fatty minced meat inside with the egg and nothing else. This is not a dai bao!!!!
Can someone please tell me where to find a real dai bao in Kuala Lumpur or perhaps Klang Valley??? Thanks in advance.
As to where to find this in Ipoh, Jason or Paprika, any idea???
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