Tuesday, September 16, 2008


Kompyang is a hot biscuit with onions that is popular in Sitiawan, Sibu, Ayer Tawar in Malaysia or anywhere with Hockchiew . It originates from the Fuzhou city, the capital of Fujian Province of China.

It is made using lard, onions, salt and flour. A ball of flour is stuffed with the other ingredients and flattened with a rolling pin, then it is slapped onto the sides of a homemade traditional Chinese oven. Meat are also usually, but not necessarily, stuffed in-between the biscuits. The biscuits take approximately 15 minutes to bake.

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