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Fried Pork Sesame Bun

  • By on September 15, 2010 | 1 Comment

    Anyone tried the fried pork sesame bun in Taiwan night market before? You should look for one whenever you set your foot in Shi Da night market, Taipei.

    We move on and wander around Shi Da night market for snack hunting right after Ar-Nor Crepe craving.

    You will find a wide array of street food called xiao chi (小吃) meaning ”small eats” or finger foods in Shi Da night market. Don’t miss out the fried pork sesame bun 🙂

    The Buns Evolution

    Fried pork sesame bun (许记生煎包) in the making. I am pretty impressed with Taiwanese, they use 100% of their heart to prepare snacks to customer.

    Seems the first step to prepare fried pork sesame bun is quite similar to roti canai 🙂

    Lots of fried pork sesame bun alive here~can’t wait to munch it out of the crowd. Price at NTD7 per piece.

    A similar but fairer look of Seremban Siew Bao and the ingredient inside is as juicy as Shanghai Xiao Long Bao.

    Bite it slow on fried pork sesame bun or else all the juice will flow out to your hand or spill to other people’s face 😀

    99.95% for the overall taste experience of fried pork sesame bun. Yoohoo~what’s the next snack???

    ah hong

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  1. #1 Jayce
    September 15, 2010 9:09 pm

    Always come to your blog to see yummy food. 🙂

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