This is a very rare roasted cold noodle in Taiwan. What’s more, it’s also a choice for vegetarians.
When the boss traveled in Korea, she tasted the roasted cold noodles and wanted to bring this kind of food back to Taiwan. What’s more, the boss wanted to make roasted cold noodles a delicious food also for vegetarians.
For this reason, the boss took a lot effort. As a rare roasted cold noodles shop in Taiwan, the finished products of cold noodles can’t be purchased directly, so the boss can only make them from flour. And all the ingredients and sauces in the shop are vegetarian special edition.
For example, “fried chicken”is actually a delicious and crispy piece of Hericium erinaceus. With Korean chili sauce and lettuce, the vegetarian version is not a green meal that people think. It’s extremely satisfying to eat it.
If you are not a vegan or don’t avoid egg milk, then there are cheese series to choose. You can tap an egg on the soft but strong dough, and then sprinkle a lot and a lot of cheese on the top. Wow! I think there is no more suitable snack in a winter night than a bowl of warm roasted cold noodles.
The boss said that many non-vegetarians said that they could not tell at all. However, many vegetarians misunderstood that it was not a vegetarian-friendly restaurant when they saw the words “fried chicken” and “barbecued pork” on the menu. But in fact, the boss just wanted to make vegetarians taste the delicious food and encourage more people to try vegetarianism. Dear friends, if you are interested, please go and have a try!
Shop name: Han Xinqiao roasted cold noodles, Fengjia, Taichung（The vegetarian night markets in this video has no fixed address ）
Address: No.1, Lane 28, Alley 20, Fengjia Road, Xitun District, Taichung, Taiwan
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