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Taiwan Dessert Local ABC

  • By on February 2, 2010 | 3 Comments

    Our dinner in Hualien, Taiwan started with the special local ABC dessert recipe which we never had before in our country homeland. The Taiwanese local ABC was quite special indeed and lots of the famous superstar and TV host came to this shop before.

    Most of the mini snack shop in Taiwan has the picture of superstar having their meal in the shop πŸ™‚

    What attracts us to this local ABC shop in Hualien was the long and creative name of the dessert, δΊ”ιœΈεŒ…εΏƒη²‰εœ†η„¦η³–ζŒ«ε†° (Wu Ba Bao Xing Fen Yuan Jiao Tang Chua Bing).

    Anyone will keep the dessert name short and simple such as Penang ABC or Malacca ABC in Malaysia πŸ˜€

    Recipe Beneath Taiwan Local ABC


    Honestly, the local ABC looks very normal from the surface and we wonder if the dessert was just about ice and brown sugar.

    We hope the NTD45 ABC was not just for cooling our stomach with the heavy load of ice πŸ˜€


    We dig deeper and deeper and found the special ingredient of the local ABC.

    Good quality cincau mixed with θ±†θŠ± (dou hua) plus lots of pearl sago with different color found in the bottom of ABC.

    Smooth taste for the θ±†θŠ± (dou hua) and cute pearl sago. Overall the taste is good πŸ˜€

    Now we have the dessert as the starter, so what’s next in our food crave?

    Let me hint you with the word ‘oyster’. Stay tune for one of the best snack in Taiwan πŸ˜‰

    ah hong

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  1. #1 gabriel
    February 3, 2010 7:43 am

    how do u know that is a good quality cincau?

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  1. #2 ah hong
    February 3, 2010 8:33 am

    The taste is not like the cincau we had in can drink. ‘Gao’ taste.

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