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Kampar Chicken Biscuit ..Kai Zai Paeng (鸡仔饼)

Never knew that this delicious chicken biscuits is from Kampar until Wendy's MFF for Perak month mention it. I tried made a similar kind of chicken biscuits before but it is quite different from this one. I like this version as it is the original Kampar chicken biscuits, 
My Shawn loves this very much. He is the one who keep digging the cookies jar for this delicious biscuits. He told me this is his after meal

Kampar Chicken Biscuits...鸡仔饼

(A) Mix together:

300g plain flour, sifted
1/4 tsp baking soda, sifted
1/4 tsp baking powder, sifted 
150g icing sugar, sifted  
120g crystalised melon (tung kwa), finely chopped
1/2 tsp Chinese five spice powder
1/2 tsp mixed spice powder 
60g sesame seeds (lightly toasted) 

(B) - Mix together

20g garlic, pounded
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp pepper
1 large egg, lightly beaten
30g maltose (mak nga tong)
2 pieces of red fermented beancurd (nam yue), mashed
100ml cooking oil

  • Preheat oven to 160 degrees C.  Line baking trays.
  • In a big mixing bowl combine Ingredients (A) and (B) together  into a crumbly dough.  Cover the dough with clingwrap and let it rest for about 10 minutes. 
  • Roll dough into small balls. Then place a ball in between two sheets of clingwrap and roll it flat.
  • Transfer the thin dough onto prepared trays and bake for about 13 - 15 minutes or until golden brown.  
  • Cool baked biscuits completely on a wire rack before storing in an airtight container.
I am submitting this to  Malaysian Food Fest Perak Month hosted by WendyinKK of Table for 2 or more


  1. You made mychildhood biscuits. How is it taste? Yummy, of course and yours so much looking better than store bought!

    1. Hi Mel,
      The taste is awesome!
      My Shawn and I can't stop digging the cookies jar .. Haha

  2. Kai zhai bing! Miss this biscuit so much, thanks for sharing!

  3. mui mui, the last time I ate chicken biscuits was so long ago! I remember they were sweet, salty and very flavorful. Sedap! I wish I can taste yours :)

    1. PH,
      Yes, the aroma of the nam yee is really nice.
      It's crunchy and yum!

  4. mui,

    1. 晓,我也爱多多芝麻的。哈哈!

  5. I like kai zhai ping, I always ask my mum to buy this whenever she went Malaysia last time. Now I can learn to make it myself using your recipe, thanks for sharing, Doreen! :D

    1. Hi Bee,
      Do try make some, this is very addictive :) Just can't stop at one piece...:D

  6. I'm surprised your kid liked this, the smell of the 5 spice and Nam Yue, and he likes it!

    1. Hi Wendy,
      Yes, I am surprise my Shawn loves it.
      He just kept digging the cookies for one piece after another... Hehe

  7. Hi Mui Mui, love your chicken biscuit, very delightful and addictive. This is in my to do list for the longest time, yet to have the chance to try it out. LOL

    Best regards.


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