With Chinese New Year being only three weeks away, you really should waste no time and get down to snacks shopping pronto. Pineappletart (yes, that’s their name) is another CNY snack website to love. We will be introducing some of … Continue reading →
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With Chinese New Year being only three weeks away, you really should waste no time and get down to snacks shopping pronto. Pineappletart (yes, that’s their name) is another CNY snack website to love. We will be introducing some of our favourites in this post.
PineappleTart.com’s in-house recipes are concocted to please both the young and old. From their traditional Nyonya pineapple tarts to their contemporary flavours, their munchies are 100% handmade with only premium ingredients and zero preservatives.
Be sure to secure your favourite CNY goodies while stocks last. Here are some of their best-selling products that you must get.
With pineapple tarts being a ubiquitous snack during the lunar festivity, one may wonder where to start shopping. But hey, if someone names their shop ‘PineappleTart.com’, get from them, of course! From their name, you can tell they are extremely confident of their pineapple tarts.
These perfectly round, mouth-watering tarts are perfectly buttery. Baked to perfection, the crust is wonderfully crumbly, making every bite so pleasurable. The house-made jam is also sweet with a nice tangy aftertaste.
And what we love best about their pineapple tarts is the very generous filling of pineapple jam.
Kueh Bangkit is one of the quintessential CNY snacks and one that all generations will love. For the uninitiated, it is a white cookie that is primarily made with tapioca flour.
Over at PineappleTart.com, the folks use premium ingredients to produce their Kueh Bangkit, and the result is a very smooth taste, with a melt-in-your-mouth texture and a fragrant coconut aftertaste.
They are light in flavour and you’ll subconsciously be addicted to it; we kept reaching into the bottle for more!
TRADITIONAL NYONYA PINEAPPLE TARTS
If you prefer your pineapple tarts open-faced, there is the Traditional Nyonya Pineapple Tarts (S$25.90). The flat crust has a cookie-like texture, and is buttery and crumbly. A ball of pineapple jam sits atop the crust. The Traditional Nyonya Pineapple Tarts are slightly sweeter than the Melt-in-Your-Mouth version, and the tangy pineapple jam is really fragrant.
Apart from their pineapple tarts, one munchie from Pineapple Tarts that we absolutely enjoyed is the Hae Bee Hiam Prawn Roll (S$19.90).
Like tiny spring rolls, these bite-size munchies are wrapped with spicy dried shrimps sambal prepared with an in-house recipe. The moreish munchie is power-packed with flavours—sweetness from the dried shrimps and spice from the sambal.
CNY or what, deep-fried crab sticks is our guilty pleasure. The Crab Sticks (S$18.90) from PineappleTart.com are marinated with their own seasoning before being deep-fried to a super crispy texture. Every crunch is so satisfying, and we like that they are not overly salty.
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