Ham Chim Peng refers to a sweet flat and round dough made of flour and yeast. Ham Chim Peng is available in two (2) varieties - plain without filling and with a filling or stuffing made of glutinous rice and red bean paste. Ham Chim Peng is deep fried until golden brown and puffy with a hollow center, which shrinks when cooled. It is best eaten when still crispy and hot Ham Chim Peng is one of the hawker foods found in Penang, Malaysia.

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