宁夏夜市（宁夏晨光市） - 在台湾尝试的7个美味零食
You know the market must be awesome when you see tons of locals there. A good part of the market is usually closed when it rains. This time, the market was unfazed by the constant drizzle and remained operational when we were there. That’s because a shelter has been built permanently over the whole stretch of Ningxia Night Market. Now, you can savour all the Taiwanese delicacies without having to worry about wet weather conditions.
到达宁夏的一种方法是通过可靠的台北地铁。您可以将红线乘坐双层（双连），找到1号出口并在找到Minsheng West Road（周生西北）后。夜市将在左侧。你不能错过它！
谁能抵抗这些公司和脆脆的婴儿？在用薄薄的甜酱刷之前，厚厚而粗糙的蘑菇烧成完美。又称王国小号蘑菇，蘑菇有八种不同的口味 - 从孜然到玫瑰矿物盐。每份服务费用100 NTD，这增加了约4美元。
青草茶 Bitter Tea
From a tender age, I have been convinced by loved ones to gulp down a cup of 青草茶 bitter tea whenever we chance upon it. The tea is believed to boast several health benefits, such as dispelling heatiness from the body. I’m sorry to report that its taste is unbearable (for me at least). After the first sip, the herb taste that you might have detected is quickly overshadowed by an unpleasant bitterness. Luckily, the hawker presents you a sweet upon your purchase. So keep it and pop it in your mouth if you need to.
What I love about night markets is that you get to watch your food being prepared right in front of your eyes. Witness how 牛妈妈 herself skilfully manoeuvres her way through large braising pots and prepares drool-worthy dishes that are loved by the locals. We tried the 沙茶牛肉面 (NTD 90) Beef Noodles with Sha Cha Sauce. Think yellow noodles and beef slices drenched in thick sha cha sauce. The first thing that caught my eye is its HUGE portion. I felt that it would have been more enjoyable, if the noodles did not carry such a strong alkaline taste. You might like to share a bowl of 焢肉饭 (NTD 60) too.
当我在台湾时，塞进一碗米饭时有一些安慰。如果您同意，那么您需要支付方家的访问。虽然它们提供了许多菜肴，但它们显然是以鸡（NTD 30）和鸡肉（NTD 30）的鸡肉（NTD 30）和它们的稻米而闻名。前者配有切碎的鸡肉，以及一碗热蒸米饭，带轻的酱油。我更喜欢后者。甜味和美味的猪肉猪肉比特嫩，并用米饭优先配对。
Liu Yu Zi Taro Fried Balls
If you haven’t had taro fried balls, you’re in for a real treat. Encased within these crispy yam balls (NTD 20) is a pork floss filling. Careful, for you might become addicted to its earthy, sweet and chewy insides. On the other hand, the Fried Yam Ball with Salted Egg Yolk (NTD 25) offers a lot more texture and taste. The sweet yam and savoury egg yolk tasted decent at first, but it became more jelak with every bite. The taro fried balls without the salted egg yolk are still the ideal snack!
For the Taiwanese, milk tea isn’t just a beverage. It’s a way of life. Flavoured pearl milk tea has invaded every part of the world, and has made Taiwan a popular travel destination. However, few are aware of the nutritious purple rice milk. Beyond its range of health benefits, the purple rice milk is very delicious. Its taste is akin to our pulau hitam, but less sweet. Purple glutinous rice sits at the bottom of the drink. Warm your belly, and hands, with a cup, if it’s cold out there!
Peanut and Sesame Mochi
What better way to end off this entry than to introduce my favourite snack in Ningxia? For NTD 40, you get two palm-sized homemade mochi slapped on a plate of ground peanut and sesame seeds. For the first mouthful, we were advised to dip the mochi into the ground peanuts only. It’s super yummy! Before you know it, you might have ordered another to go.
There are also tons of food stalls that lie adjacent to Ningxia Night Market. With more than ample delicious street food at affordable prices, Ningxia will definitely please both your tummy and wallet.
MissTamChiak.com made anonymous visits and paid its own meals at the stalls featured here.