Guan Cai Ban (Coffin Bread) 棺材板

TOP 10 MUST-TRY Taiwan Night Market Street Food with Recipes! 十大台湾夜市美食  Guan Cai Ban (Coffin Bread) 棺材板 Coffin bread has been sold at night markets in Tainan and Taipei since at least the 1940s. Coffin bread starts as a thick Texas toast style slab of white bread which is hollowed out and either toasted or … Read moreGuan Cai Ban (Coffin Bread) 棺材板

Chia-Yi Huo Ji Fan (Taiwanese Turkey Rice) 嘉义火鸡肉饭

TOP 10 MUST-TRY Taiwan Night Market Street Food with Recipes! 十大台湾夜市美食  Chia-Yi Huo Ji Fan (Taiwanese Turkey Rice) 嘉义火鸡肉饭 Turkey is shredded and layered on top of hot steaming freshly cooked rice, then a sauce made with shallots fried in oil and rendered with chicken stock, soy sauce, sugar is drizzled on top. Chia-Yi Huo … Read moreChia-Yi Huo Ji Fan (Taiwanese Turkey Rice) 嘉义火鸡肉饭

You Fan (Taiwanese Sticky Rice) 台湾油饭

TOP 10 MUST-TRY Taiwan Night Market Street Food with Recipes! 十大台湾夜市美食  Taiwanese Sticky Rice 台湾油饭 This Taiwanese Sticky Rice recipe has been simplified so all you need is a frying pan and a rice cooker. No need to steam the rice. Taiwanese Sticky Rice 台湾油饭 Recipe by itsmydish Ingredients Ingredients for rice 3 cups glutinous … Read moreYou Fan (Taiwanese Sticky Rice) 台湾油饭

Ba Wan (Taiwanese Meatball)

TOP 10 MUST-TRY Taiwan Night Market Street Food with Recipes! 十大台湾夜市美食  Ba Wan (Taiwanese Meatball) 彰化肉圆 Ba-wan 肉圓 is Taiwanese street food, consisting of a 6–8 cm diameter disk-shaped translucent dough made of sweet potato starch filled with a savory stuffing and served with a sweet and savory sauce. The stuffing varies widely according to … Read moreBa Wan (Taiwanese Meatball)

Taiwanese San Bei Ji (Three cup Chicken) 三杯鸡

TOP 10 MUST-TRY Taiwan Night Market Street Food with Recipes! 十大台湾夜市美食  Taiwanese San Bei Ji (Three Cup Chicken) 三杯鸡 The dish derives its name from the three cups of sauces required. For each chicken, a cup each of soy sauce, rice wine (usually mijiu although it may be mixed with Shaoxing jiu), and sesame oil … Read moreTaiwanese San Bei Ji (Three cup Chicken) 三杯鸡

Yan Su Ji (Taiwanese Popcorn Chicken) 盐酥鸡

TOP 10 MUST-TRY Taiwan Night Market Street Food with Recipes! 十大台湾夜市美食  Yan Su Ji (Taiwanese Popcorn Chicken) 盐酥鸡 Taiwanese fried chicken, also 鹽酥雞, westernized as popcorn chicken is a dish in Taiwanese cuisine commonly found as a street snack and is indispensable to the night markets in Taiwan. It consists of bite-sized pieces of chicken, … Read moreYan Su Ji (Taiwanese Popcorn Chicken) 盐酥鸡

Hu Jiao Bing (Taiwanese Pepper Bun) 胡椒饼

TOP 10 MUST-TRY Taiwan Night Market Street Food with Recipes! 十大台湾夜市美食  Hu Jiao Bing (Taiwanese Pepper Bun) 胡椒饼 Hújiāo bǐng or Pepper bun 胡椒餅 is a type of baked bun that originated in city of Fuzhou, the capital of China’s Fujian province. It is a street food that has become quite popular in Taiwan and … Read moreHu Jiao Bing (Taiwanese Pepper Bun) 胡椒饼

Taiwanese Hong Shao Niu Rou Mian (Beef Noodle Soup) 红烧牛肉面

TOP 10 MUST-TRY Taiwan Night Market Street Food with Recipes! 十大台湾夜市美食  Taiwanese Hong Shao Niu Rou Mian (Beef Noodle Soup) 红烧牛肉面 Beef noodle soup is a noodle soup made of stewed or red braised beef, beef broth, vegetables and Chinese noodles. It exists in various forms throughout East and Southeast Asia. The Clear Broth Beef … Read moreTaiwanese Hong Shao Niu Rou Mian (Beef Noodle Soup) 红烧牛肉面

Orh Ah Mee Sua (Oyster Vermicelli) 台湾蚵仔面线

TOP 10 MUST-TRY Taiwan Night Market Street Food with Recipes! 十大台湾夜市美食 Orh Ah Mee Sua (Oyster Vermicelli) 台湾蚵仔面线 Orh Ah Mee Sua (Oyster Vermicelli) 台湾蚵仔面线 Oyster vermicelli 蚵仔麵線 is a kind of noodle soup popular in Taiwan. Its main ingredients are oysters and mee sua (Chinese vermicelli). One of the famous places serving this is … Read moreOrh Ah Mee Sua (Oyster Vermicelli) 台湾蚵仔面线

Taiwanese Lu Rou Fan (Braised Pork Rice) 台湾滷肉飯

TOP 10 MUST-TRY Taiwan Night Market Street Food with Recipes! 十大台湾夜市美食  Lu Rou Fan (Braised Pork Rice) 滷肉飯 Lu Rou Fan (Braised Pork Rice) 滷肉飯 Minced pork rice, lo bah png, or 滷肉飯 is a rice dish that is commonly seen throughout Taiwan and Southern Fujian. As the origin of the flavor, the sauce is … Read moreTaiwanese Lu Rou Fan (Braised Pork Rice) 台湾滷肉飯