In the olden days before pop-corn was introduced to the world, “Kacang Putih” (means white beans in Malay) used to be the favourite snack for the Indian community. When the East India Company brought the ‘freedom fighters of India’ (who the British refer as the convicts when they colonized India), they brought along the “Kacang Putih Culture” to Penang.
This small “Kacang Putih” Stall was established in 1950’s and had witness the whole development of Penang Hill
and has collected quite a number of regular customers. The Masala series of snacks developed by this family is one of the kinds in Malaysia and can only be found in Penang Hill
There are two recommended healthy yet tasty heritage snacks from the stall:
1. Chick Peas Masala – This snack consist of Chick Pea, Muruku, Salad with family’s secret blended Masala sauce
2. Corn Masala – This bag of nuts consist of Corn, Muruku, Salad with family’s secret blended Masala sauce