fried chicken cutlet 炸雞排
・ Fried chicken cutlets are a Taiwanese specialty.
・ Some places make them so big that they’re almost the size of a sheet of A4 paper!
有些攤子的雞排甚至大到接近 A4 紙張的尺寸！
Taiwanese chicken nuggets 鹽酥雞
・ Taiwanese chicken nugget stands also sell fried seafood, vegetables and tofu.
・ Just put the things you want in a basket, and then they’ll fry them for you.
・ Fresh basil is added when the chicken is almost done to give it a fragrant flavor.
・ Most chicken nuggets have bones, so be careful when you eat them.
oyster omelet 蚵仔煎
・ Oyster omelets are usually made with eggs, oysters, sprouts and Chinese cabbage.
・ And they’re flavored with a sweet and sour sauce.
pig’s blood cake 豬血糕
・ Pig’s blood cake is made from pig’s blood and sticky rice.
・ It’s often flavored with cilantro and peanut powder.
wheel cakes 車輪餅
・ Wheel cakes originated in Japan, and in Taiwan come with many different kinds of filling, both sweet and savory.
・ But the traditional azuki bean and custard fillings are still the most popular.
oyster vermicelli 蚵仔麵線
・ Oyster vermicelli is made with whole oysters and thin wheat noodles, and flavored with cilantro, chilies and black vinegar.
・ Small pieces of pig intestines are often added for extra flavor.
・ Popiah are tortillalike skins filled with vegetables and meat.
・ You have to eat them fast, or the tortilla will get soggy.
pepper bun 胡椒餅
・ Pepper buns are baked by sticking them on the inside of a barrel-shaped oven.
・ The filling is made of pork, green onions, pepper and other spices.