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On 10/9/2021 at 5:44 PM, purplegiraffe said:

But not sure if baked = much healthier, in the context of these type of puffs... I just had a cheesy mushroom puff from Prima Deli and it was incredibly oily

I don’t care about health, just the taste, lol

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Honestly, I am very satisfied with Old Chang Kee curry puff. It has so much ingredients, hard-boiled egg, as well big chunks of chicken and potato. The doughy exterior is also tasty, with the edges being crispy at times. To beat Old Chang Kee in taste is probably not easy... And it is also inexpensive at 1.60 apiece

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On 10/9/2021 at 5:49 PM, purplegiraffe said:

Honestly, I am very satisfied with Old Chang Kee curry puff. It has so much ingredients, hard-boiled egg, as well big chunks of chicken and potato. The doughy exterior is also tasty, with the edges being crispy at times. To beat Old Chang Kee in taste is probably not easy... And it is also inexpensive at 1.60 apiece

 

Same...I think OCK brand resonates well with Singaporeans even though it appears very commercialised. 

The other one I could think of is Tip Top, there's a branch at Bugis Junction. However, I still think OCK trumps over it in terms of flavour and quality. 

But I love how sometimes one could be pleasantly surprised by those nondescript stalls where a quaint old macik hand makes her curry puffs. Some are so so so much better in taste, but they are usually made smaller is portions. 

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On 10/10/2021 at 1:28 PM, practease said:

But I love how sometimes one could be pleasantly surprised by those nondescript stalls where a quaint old macik hand makes her curry puffs. Some are so so so much better in taste, but they are usually made smaller is portions

I am more interested in this, despite smaller in size. 

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On 10/10/2021 at 5:30 PM, begleitung said:

Saw this listing:

 

https://danielfooddiary.com/2021/08/08/currypuffsg/

 

the first one is the amk one. They have yam with gingko filling which i thought was very special. 
 

i wonder if the killiney is any good. Or the goöden mile one. 

 

Haha I'm not a big curry puff fan... If you're really that interested, go and out try out all the recommendations and let us know afterwards which are good lol 

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On 10/1/2021 at 8:17 PM, begleitung said:

Does anyone know any non-fried version?

 

otherwise i like the amk curry puff found in toa payoh. 


OCK’s bao version is not fried lol

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If I do have craving for it, tiptop is the one I will go.

 

Does anyone know of any place selling curry puff where the filling is purely bean sprouts? I bet most members here have never eaten that before but it’s something which I hope to eat again 

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