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Popia Home Recipe

  • By on June 1, 2009 | 4 Comments

    I have tried lots of popiah from Crispy Popiah, Sister Popiah and lots of popiah from anonymous stall.

    But I am very sure that their taste of popiah didn’t match with the popiah from my home money-nono

    There are some ingredient and recipe aspect that the popiah maker have missed out in delivering their popiah product.

    I really dislike when those business owner tries to deduct their ingredient just to create a better profit margin, without thinking on the taste in first place.

    I don’t believe in franchise, and often see home made product in Malaysia can be franchise but the taste of value can’t be maintain in large scale.

    Or should I say, not everything can be franchise in front of our eyes money-nono

    So what’s the problem with franchise, seems everyone now wants to go for Kopitiam business and this only create the profit to the franchiser whom greed for more profit.

    Is the franchise system was good as McDonalds franchise system? Think it again before you buy it.

    The recipe of the home made popiah is already in my hand…and I want to come out with something onion-dream

    Buy 1 mini mobile van to sell my home made popiah, which stop in front of DiGi entrance to get your support.

    Buy popiah from me OKonion-laugh

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  1. #1 Purple-Mushroom
    June 3, 2009 7:10 am

    Your popiah makes me hungry. Next time I come back, you make some for me…

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  1. #2 ah hong
    June 3, 2009 10:00 am

    Haha…the popiah that I wrap look like elephant leg leh. But tasty la…hehe 😉

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  1. #3 Penny Manson
    July 17, 2009 10:35 pm

    Hi! Do you know how they make such thin “homemade” popiah skin? I really wanted to make my own version’s of homemade popiah… By the way, your popiah really looks yummy…

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  1. #4 Samantha lim
    January 29, 2013 9:29 am

    I am so impress to your words that franchise is not worth to buy. Normally it set up for people who have extra money and don’t know how to do business. Your home made popiah what is the different?? Cos I also like to eat popiah but no one popiah can compared with my home town one. What is your secret recipe? Can share with me?

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