This is Kuih Cincin or literally means ring biscuit. I guess the biscuit gets the name because of 7 small rings in the middle of the biscuit. Kuih Cincin is unique to Sabah and you can hardly find this biscuit in Sarawak and Peninsular Malaysia. The main ingredients of Kuih Cincin are corn flour and palm sugar. The taste is so unique; it is crunchy, not too sweet, not too oily and a little bit salty. I bought a few packets of Kuih Cincin back home during my recent trip to Kota Kinabalu, the capital city of Sabah.
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