Shilin Night Market: Taiwanese Sausages




It looks like your regular sausage at first glance but as soon as I got a taste of it I found out it was not the same. I thought it's just gonna be a longanisa but it was much more tamer I didn't get to taste the strong meaty taste that I was expecting.



I didn't got to interview the person who was cooking them but the taste was kinda okay. They cook them by putting them on top of heated stones and are served on a stick.

I'd say it's still is worth a try to taste them so you could compare it with the sausages from around the world. 

8 comments:

  1. I don't eat pork. Do they have non-pork variants. Although they do look enticing - fat, oily and juicy. hihihihi.

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  2. I read somewhere that Chinese sausages in Shilin Night Market are great!

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  3. wahhh! we have the same background, but it's okay! The sausage looks good though!

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  4. oh wow! sausages and more sausages! like they're calling me, saying "EAT ME!" :D

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  5. nagutom ako bigla!
    I haven't tried eating taiwanese sausages yet.
    does it taste better than our own sausages?

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  6. I didn' t know that there' s a Taiwanese sausage.

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  7. Looks good despite the lack of meaty flavor, though. :)

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