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Ming’s Mantou

Steamed buns, known also as mantou (饅頭), are a popular breakfast staple in Taiwan. This version of the mantou pairs traditional mantou with a hand-crafted bread blossom centerpiece. Ingredients Flour 250 g Milk 130-140 ml Yeast 3g Sugar 30g Salt  …

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Traditional Pork Pottage (Rou-Geng)

Pork pottage, known also as Rou-Geng, is a traditional Taiwanese delicacy that can often be found at Taiwanese night markets or daytime bazaars. Usually there are two versions


Taiwanese-Style Fried Chicken

Taiwanese fried chicken is a crisp, spicy and juicy meat that is featured in restaurants as well as sold at street food stalls all around Taiwan.  The island's


Taiwanese Spring Rolls

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  • 1 lb bean sprouts
  • 1 lb cabbage, cut into strips
  • 2 square pieces of baked bean curd, cut into thin, fine strips
  • 1/2 lb snow peas, cut


Taiwanese-Style Steamed Pork Buns

[View high resolution image] You might be familiar with these buns because they resemble char siu bao, the grab-and-go barbecue pork bun that is a


Pork Dumplings

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  • 1 lb ground pork
  • 1 ½ lb cabbage, finely chopped
  • 4 stalks green onion, chopped
  • 2 Tbsp. ginger root, minced
  • 1 package dumpling wrappers (approximately 45 pieces)


Taiwanese-Style Siu Mai

If you have ever enjoyed a traditional Chinese dim sum meal, you probably had an opportunity to try Siu Mai, the hearty, open-faced pork dumplings that come in


Kimchi Fried Rice

Kimchi adds a kick of flavor and spiciness to this recipe for fried rice. Ingredients:

  • 3 cup, cooked white rice. I use a rice cooker to prepare


Taiwanese-Style Crispy Fried Chops

Long before Kentucky Fried Chicken took Southern food national in America, the Taiwanese served up crispy fried pork chops as the ultimate comfort food. This


Taro Rice Cake

Taro is a primary crop in the Jiaxian Township of Kaohsiung, which is located at the southern end of Taiwan. In Jiaxian, you will find many taro root

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