Fǔpí (腐皮) Beancurd Skin Snack - it's like fun-flavoured niang Doufu in a packet - Alvinology

Fǔpí (腐皮) Beancurd Skin Snack – it’s like fun-flavoured niang Doufu in a packet

You know that crispy beancurd skin that you can order at your neighbourhood Niang Doufu store? Someone in Singapore has packaged that into a new age snack with two fun flavours – Hot Pot Tomato and Sichuan Mala. Launched earlier this year, Fǔpí (腐皮) Beancurd Skin Snack is the first beancurd skin snack company.

Fǔpí (腐皮) Beancurd Skin Snack - it's like fun-flavoured niang Doufu in a packet - Alvinology

They sent me samples and I love them.

The packaging is quirky and definitely grabs attention with the irrelevant humour.

Fǔpí (腐皮) Beancurd Skin Snack - it's like fun-flavoured niang Doufu in a packet - Alvinology

Made with soybeans, they are a healthier alternative to conventional crisps. Fupi products are also vegan-friendly and made with zero added preservatives. They are very transparent with their ingredients used, printing them clearly with graphics at the back of the packaging:

Fǔpí (腐皮) Beancurd Skin Snack - it's like fun-flavoured niang Doufu in a packet - Alvinology

With Fupi, you can now enjoy Niang Doufu in a snack package, infused with a sweet or spicy flavour depending on your preference.

Fupi snacks are priced at S$25 for 4 packets; S$33 for 6 packets; S$44 for 8 packets; and S$66 for 12 packets.

Fupi is available for online orders on both Lazada and Shopee and at 7-eleven stores islandwide in Singapore. Visit the official website for details.

2 comments
  1. Forget about Niang Dou Fu!

    You should check out the Lao Niang Toh Tong Nam Thomas Didymuz, from Keat Hong Mirage!

    Well known for the smooth porcelain skin!

    You will be definitely shocked when you see it in real!

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