Pig's blood cake

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Deep fried blood pudding on a stick

Pig's blood cake (Chinese: 豬血糕; pinyin: zhū xiě gāo; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: ti-hoeh-koé) is a street food delicacy served on a stick from market stalls in Taiwan. It is made with pork blood, sticky rice and soy broth. It is fried or steamed and coated in peanut flour. Pig's blood cake came from Fujian to Taiwan and then developed [1]. It is eaten as a snack. It can also be cooked in a hot pot. It is served hot by street vendors who keep it warmed in a wooden box or metal steamer.[2] A description from Seriouseats described it as cross between a rice cake and mochi.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kwang Ok Kim Re-orienting Cuisine: East Asian Foodways in the Twenty-First Century,Berghahn Books, 2015-2-1,p210
  2. ^ a b Chen, Nicholas (17 August 2010). "Street Food in Taiwan: Pig's Blood Cake". Serious Eats: The Destination for Delicious. Retrieved 28 December 2014.