Snack: Haitai Mat Dong San

4 years ago

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<div style="RIGHT: auto">&nbsp;</div></td></tr></tbody></table>I purchased these Haitai Mat Dong San at H-Mart a while back and only because they had samples out and I tried it and thought they were pretty good and unique.&nbsp; I can`t quite definitively say what they are but I can only describe them as I see/taste.&nbsp; They are similar to a pretzel, but an airy pretzel - as in the outside is crunchy but the inside is a bit airy, making it less dense.&nbsp; Size wise, they are the size of a large pretzel rod stick that`s been broken into 1/4 long pieces,&nbsp; They have a slightly sweet texture, with a grittiness attached to them.&nbsp; I believe it`s a brown sugar coating on it.&nbsp; They`re not overly sweet, just sweet enough to make them a sweet snack and not a salty one.&nbsp; Speaking of which, I don`t get that salty pretzel taste you get with regular pretzels. They`re definitely crunchy, and give you a whole lot to crunch on.&nbsp; They`re not
a bad snack ... but I probably would not repurchase again.&nbsp; I simply purchased to try them and those that I`ve had try them haven`t been like "wow" impressed so no one really eats them.&nbsp; So I`m kind of "stuck" with the bag - heh.</div>
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