Small sausage in large sausage

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An example of Small Sausage in Large Sausage being prepared.

Small sausage in large sausage (Chinese: 大腸包小腸; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: tōa-tn̂g pau sió-tn̂g; literally: "small intestine wrapped in large intestine") is a snack invented in Taiwan in the late 20th century. A segment of Taiwanese pork sausage is wrapped in a (slightly bigger and fatter) sticky rice sausage to make this delicacy, usually served chargrilled. It may be compared to a hot dog. Deluxe versions are available in night markets in Taiwan, with condiments such as pickled bokchoi, garlic, wasabi and thick soy sauce paste to complement the taste.

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