Mee Jian Kueh (Honey-comb Pancakes)

Mi Jian KuehFill it up with anything you fancy – sweet or savoury! Some call these Mi(n) Jian Kueh, Ban Chang Kueh and to the Indonesians they are Martabak. Another very popular breakfast and tea time snack in Singapore and Malaysia, usually filled with roasted chopped peanuts and sugar. The Indonesians have a savoury version with minced meat, egg and scallions – very popular street food especially after clubbing.

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Follow the instructions on the box (batter).

Sweet: Cheese and Sugar, Nutella, Peanut Butter, Chopped Peanuts and Chocolate Rice, Kaya.
Savoury: Cooked minced Meat with Scallions.

Happy cooking 🙂

10 Responses to “Mee Jian Kueh (Honey-comb Pancakes)”
  1. drunk ninja says:

    omg, i need to look for this in asian grocers. i love nutella too. btw, were you watching korean drama? 😛

  2. Hi Sam, just stumbled across your blog and loving the asian flavours and combinations. My favourite bready things are what we call crumpets in the UK, basically the same as these pancakes. We can only get white ones though, so I’ve taken it on myself to start creating wholemeal, spelt, rice crumpets to sell at market.

    • bondingtool says:

      Hi David, thanks for checking out my blog. You are right about this and crumpets, these are the Asian version, lol. I wonder if wholemeal and spelt will allow the dough to have the “honeycomb” texture… Good luck and do let me know your outcome in experimenting 😀 Your blog looks fantastic! And if you ever fly to Singapore, look me up 🙂

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