Old Chang Kee is a staple in Singapore.
There’s no way you haven’t heard of the name before; it’s everywhere.
It usually only has the same few items that we all love, like its fishballs and its signature curry puff.
Now, there’s something new to look forward to.
Old Chang Kee is Releasing its Highly IG-Worthy Blue Smoked Chicken Curry Puff
In light of the Christmas season, Old Chang Kee will be re-launching its Xmas’O with a new twist in its pastry and flavour.
‘Tis the season to be jolly.
This year’s Xmas’O returns with a blue-coloured Christmas tree-shaped buttery pastry, filled with tantalising smoked chicken cubes blended with black pepper and BBQ sauce, and mixed with green and red peppers, button mushrooms, and tomatoes.
The New Smoked Chicken Xmas’O is a delectable puff with chokes of smoked chicken meat mixed with different types of vegetables to give a succulent and tender texture while the BBQ sauce and black pepper provide a sweet, savoury and smoky taste.
If you love BBQ foods, this is right up your alley.
The new Xmas’O will be retailing at $2.20 per piece.
However, don’t go rushing to Old Chang Kee just yet.
The item will be available for sale from 1 to 25 December 2022 throughout all Old Chang Kee outlets in Singapore.
Limited stocks only, so be sure to grab yours quick!
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