Incredible RARE Full Pig Taiwanese Aboriginal BBQ + STREET FOOD
Hualien, Taiwan is an oasis of interesting, unique and delicious Taiwanese specialties. In this video, we had the rare opportunity to witness a 4-hour long pig roast that originated from the Taiwanese Indigenous groups. In particular, the Amis Tribe from Hualien area.
The long process includes marinating the pig skin with rice wine to make the skin flavourful and crackling. The chef explains in the video the process of roasting the pig, which takes over 4 hours of constant rotation.
In this video we also sample Taiwanese buns, including xiao long bao, a unique version of shaved ice and many other delicious items from the Taiwanese BBQ event. If you would like to visit yourself, here are the locations:
1. Breakfast at Gong Zheng Bao Zi Shop
No. 199-2 Zhongshan Road, Hualien City Taiwan 970
2. Shaved Ice at 五霸焦糖包心粉圓冰
No. 165 Bo’ai Road, Hualien City Taiwan 970
3. Pig Roast & Taiwanese BBQ at Yun Shan Shuei Ecological Farm
No. 20, Section 2 Fengping Road, Shoufeng Township, Hualien County 974
*The pig roast requires prior reservation over the phone and Chinese language ability is required to make the reservation. If you would like to make a reservation, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org *
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Hualien, Taiwan – Taiwanese Street Food 2018