Finding Delicious Asian Crackers Again
November 14, 2016 7:43 AM   Subscribe

My friend bought these cheesy, buttery, sweet sandwich crackers from a local Asian supermarket (I think Ranch 99?), but I can’t seem to find them. Description inside.

The crackers came in a box, but inside the box they were individually wrapped with 2 crackers per wrapper. The crackers were sandwich style, with 2 crackers around a strange filling. The crackers were very strongly and sharply cheese flavored. The filling tasted like a slab of butter. However, the entire thing was quite sweet. I know that description doesn't sound great, but they really are delicious. I don’t have the box or the wrappers, as I am an idiot. Does anyone recognize these and know what they are called or where I can find them again?
posted by Garm to Food & Drink (7 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
 
It doesn't exactly match the description, but maybe SkyFlakes Condensata?
posted by Fig at 8:17 AM on November 14, 2016


These?
posted by cabingirl at 8:38 AM on November 14, 2016


Not either of those, sorry. The second one looks similar, but in reverse. The crackers are cheese flavored, but the filling is white and tastes just like butter or margarine.
posted by Garm at 11:59 AM on November 14, 2016


Was it these?
posted by SometimeNextMonth at 12:31 PM on November 14, 2016


These? They've got the white filling you're talking about.

Do you remember if the crackers were round or square?
posted by FirstMateKate at 12:53 PM on November 14, 2016


These or these?
posted by constellations at 7:51 PM on November 14, 2016


Not those either, although the Julie's ones seem close or like they could be a good substitute. They were square (possibly rectangular? Definitely had four 90 degree corners). Heading to a few Asian markets this weekend to see if I can find them.
posted by Garm at 7:47 AM on November 16, 2016


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