When you think of Taiwan, the first thing that may come to your mind is their street food. Other than their XL crispy fried chicken, the next famous Taiwanese street food is their Oyster Mee Sua which is fondly known as Orh Ah Mee Sua (how Oyster Mee Sua is called in their Hokkien dialect – Minnan) If you do not like oysters, you can replace them with shredded chicken (made from cooked chicken breast meat).
See the ingredient list below for your easy reference.
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Serves 4 – 6 pax
Crispy shallots & shallot oil
1/4 cup of cooking oil
6 pieces of shallots – sliced thinly
600g of oysters
3 tablespoons of potato flour
A bowl of ice water
Broth & other ingredients
1.5L of water
50g of dried cuttlefish
35g of bonito flakes
2 tablespoons of low sodium light soy sauce
150g of mee sua (misua) – flour vermicelli
(add crispy shallot)
1.5 teaspoons of salt
1 teaspoon of sugar
100g of cooked pig intestines
(add cooked oysters)
Some cornstarch solution
1 tablespoon of premium dark soy sauce
(add shallot oil)
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