For sale: Best bak kwa – Chinese BBQ meat jerky

There used to be a time when people eat bak kwa (Chinese style BBQ pork jerky/ also known as Yok Korn in Cantonese) only during Chinese New Year.
Bak kwa was also popular as gifts.

best bak kwa in malaysia

Today, people eat bak kwa (BBQ dried meat), bak chang (glutinous rice dumpling) and even glutinous rice balls in syrup whole year.
These “traditional” items have evolved to be daily treats, no more exclusive to certain times of the year or during festivals.

The bak kwa, for example, is perfect snack food and tasty on its own or with bread. Kids love them, adults enjoy them and old folks find them familiar.

I had wanted to know where to buy the best bak kwa in Malaysia and did a long hunt last year for them.
From KL to PJ to Penang and Ipoh and even homemade ones from Melaka – I bought and I ate and I dumped a lot.

Most are greasy, overly sweet, low on meat and high on flour or fillers.
When I finally found this bak kwa earlier this year, I thought I hit the jackpot.

It is not overly greasy and sweet enough.
Personally I would prefer it to be lower in sugar but the traditional recipe of bak kwa requires it to be of a certain amount of sweetness. Similarly, if it is low fat, it would be dry, tough and chewy.

These are moist, juicy and absolutely addictive.
My customers love them and I personally find both hard to resist once I start chewing on one.

Between the minced meat in sliced (using minced meat yields softer and juicier bak kwa) form and the bite sized squares, the sliced ones are smokier and leaner.
The bite sized ones (I call them TITBits) are juicier due to its higher fat content. Based on feedback, the TITBits are more popular for that very reason – juicy, moist and easy to eat.

1. PORK: Minced meat slices: RM50/500g or RM98/kg

2. PORK TITBits – bite sized SQUARES: RM50/500g or RM98/kg

3. CHICKEN: Minced meat slices: RM55/500g or RM108/kg


You can order these bak kwa – pork or chicken in sliced or TITBits sizes from me ANYTIME of the year.
The maker grills them for orders almost 3-4 times a week.

Just follow the steps below to make your orders.


To order, please Whatsapp +6011 – 3938 5350 or PM us on
You can opt for:

Package A: 1 pack of 500 gram – PORK/CHICKEN slices/TITBits bak kwa – RM50
Package B: 1 kilogram of combo pack – PORK/CHICKEN slices(500g) AND TITBits bak kwa (500g) – RM98

DELIVERY:  We deliver too!

Within Klang Valley: RM5 per location (share with your friends so you can split the delivery fee!)
Out of Klang Valley: RM10/location
SELF PICK UP: TTDI – whatsapp or PM to discuss timing/date.

Locations within Klang Valley (RM5): (Kuala Lumpur, Ampang, Cheras, Petaling Jaya, Sungai Buloh, Subang Jaya, Puchong, Sunway, Shah Alam, Gombak, Selayang, Batu Caves, Kepong)
Locations out of Klang Valley (RM10): (Klang, Putrajaya, Cyberjaya, Bangi, Kajang, Seri Kembangan, Serdang, KLIA

Locations: IPOH, PENANG, MELAKA, Seremban or JOHOR (Singapore) – I travel to these states frequently so Whatsapp (+6011 – 3938 5350 ) to arrange the dates/timings.
For Terengganu, Kelantan, other states –> Whatsapp us (+6011 – 3938 5350) and we can discuss the delivery cost and schedule.

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Sean EDKL

    my whole family LOOOOOVES bak kwa … except me (somehow i don’t have the bakkwa-loving gene). but my grandmother, moms, aunts, sisters would all want this 🙂

    1. Rebecca Saw

      I think you prefer the ‘english bak kwa’ aka BACON! 😀

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