Tai Hong can be regarded as the olden day version of cream crackers. It is extremely popular with the lower-income Chinese community. Back then, it was eaten by dipping it in plain water.
Originally square in shape, it is now produced in oblong shapes for easy dipping into cups and mugs. It is best eaten by dipping in steaming hot local black coffee.
The smaller sized Tai Hong is specially made for young children. One can easily pop a piece into the mouth for a blend of sweetish and saltish flavor.
Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Sugar and Vegetable Oil.
Price: RM6.50 per packet of 300g