Okonomiyaki│Taiwanese Food│Taichung cuisine│

japaness Okonomiyaki (Pineapple、nori、corn、vegetarian、catfish、floss、seafood、comprehensive、confluence) Okonomiyaki is made by mixing low-gluten flour with vegetables frying them on an iron plate, and drizzling the sauce Mayonnaise is sprinkled with seaweed powder and bonito flakes and ready to eat The taste of Osaka-yaki is fine, dense and full of aroma and softness It is combined with rich sauce and […]

Taiwanese meatball, loved by local people, materials used│Taiwanese Food│Chunghua cuisine│

Meatball is a street food snack in Taiwan Its name is derived from its appearance The meatball is generally a translucent oblate shape with a diameter of 6~8 cm. It is a translucent meatball made of sweet potato powder or rice flour Inner packaging of pork, mushrooms, bamboo shoots, etc conditioning methods are mostly fried […]

Taiwan Style Jelly│Taiwanese Food│Chunghua cuisine│

The traditional ancient early-style snack powder that is delicious and cool is to rush the hot boiled water into the sweet potato powder and use the natural yellow pigment of Chinese herbal medicine Hawthorn not only beautiful, but also The effect of clearing away heat, quenching thirst, promoting blood circulation and dispersing phlegm the hot […]

Fluffy Souffle Pancake│Taiwanese Food│Chunghua cuisine│

It is a French-derived dessert that is light and fluffy after baking And there is a “most vain gorgeous dessert” title all because this dessert is full of fluffy appearance after baking but the beautiful appearance is fleeting and it does not have the solidity of the cake body the taste of the entrance and […]

Thin noodles, Taiwanese snacks, smooth and delicious│Taiwanese Food│Chunghua cuisine│Lukang│

In the early agricultural society, when the man was working in the field, the housewife cooked the dim sum to the farmer. In order to facilitate the acceptance of many people, the noodle line was usually cooked into a large pot, without adding any ingredients, commonly known as line “paste”, and joined in modern times. […]