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You Tiao Special Recipe

  • By on April 10, 2010 | 2 Comments

    You Tiao or You Zha Gui is fried breadstick in golden brown colour and is usually eaten for breakfast. Our morning breakfast in Taipei kick off with the special recipe of oil-fried ghost.

    As Malaysian, we love to eat You Tiao with coffee or Bah Kut Teh while Taiwanese want it to be serve with soy milk 😉

    So we drop by to the shop name Yong He Dou Jiang Big King (永和豆浆大王) which is around 5 minutes walk from Shilin MRT station.

    The shop sell all the food item with the price of 25NTD each and I recommend you to try this three special item I had for my breakfast 😀

    Yong He Dou Jiang In Taipei

    The first one and also the best one will be the Salty You Tiao where the bowl has the combination of the mix salt vegetables in semi solid form of soy milk.

    No worry, the overall taste is not salty and it’s better than what I imagine on this bowl of Salty You Tiao 🙂

    The next one will be Sweety You Tiao which has different different look compare to the Salty You Tiao.

    Unlike Salty You Tiao, this bowl of sweet soy milk comes with You Tiao as side dishes.

    You have to dip in the crunchy You Tiao into the sweet soy milk before taking a bite on it. I prefer Salty You Tiao more 😀

    One of the snack I recommend as the best besides You Tiao in Yong He Dou Jiang shop.

    The Fan Tuan (饭团), rice roll which looks like Onigiri is good to chew with crusty fried meat. Nice try 🙂

    ah hong

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  1. #1 Spicy Mother
    April 10, 2010 9:06 pm

    Yummy, the you tiao with dou jiang looks very delicious leh. I think it is also more healthy to go with soya milk than coffee.

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  1. #2 Jayce
    April 16, 2010 1:14 am

    I want to go Taiwan already… look yummy. 😉

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