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480 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh
#B1-01 Stall 21 HDB Hub Gourmet Paradise
Singapore 310480

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Sunday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

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It's been some time since I last ate Muah Chee cuz this might not be the healthiest snack around. 🐷🐷🐷 However, I was in the vicinity of my favourite stall & I just could leave without getting some of this goodness! 😉
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Their muah chee is really pretty impressive! ❤❤❤ The glutinous flour was really soft & stretchy & most importantly, not overly sticky! 👏🏻 The scallion oil used adds an irresistible fragrance! 😋😋😋 Coated generously with aromatic crushed peanut & sesame mix, this was indeed HEAVENLY! 💯
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Retailing at $3.50 for a small pack & $5.50 for large, this is undoubtedly quite pricey for a snack but it's something i'm willing to splurge on once in a while. ✔ Nostalgic snack! 🤤

Famous for their Muah Chee (local snack made with glutinous rice) as guaranteed by Makansutra prizes. We prefer peanut coated as it is more fragrant, crunchy texture & less sweet) 👌😊

This famous peanut & black sesame muah chee always has a line cause the Uncle makes each portion on the spot.
No video photography was allowed tho. This was medium $3.50 and they weren’t very sweet. Some places are sweeter as they add more sugar. The secret to the greatness of muah chee lies in the yummy shallot oil they dipped it in. Have you tried this?

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There was a queue for this but worth it!! The nuts and sesame taste really fresh and fragrant. I love how the uncle makes every one on the spot, by order (which is why there's a queue).

Kudos to the uncle who persisted in making muah chee the traditional way - by pinching off the muah chee pieces from the main bowl with his hands, instead of utilising a pair of scissors and tongs.

Is there a difference in texture? Not quite, as I found it equally chewy and bouncy as some other stalls. But what stood out was the flavour - both the peanut and sesame coating aren't jarringly sweet, and there was a nice, subtle fragrance in each piece of muah chee. Most importantly, I could feel the amount of hard work and love that goes into each plate.

The muah chee is sold according to size — Small ($2.50), Medium ($3.50) or Large ($5.50).

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This traditional snack is Singaporean’s version of Japanese mochi.
Every order is physically prepared by hand-stretching the glutinous rice dough before pinching piece by piece off with fingers and rolling them into small balls. They are finally dipped in fragrant scallion oil and tossed with grounded peanuts or black sesame.
I must say this is by far the best I had, so much more tender than the ones sold in night markets.
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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