Foodie Friday: Taiwanese Sausage

Taiwanese sausage: a plump and tender sausage

Unlike the dried and harder Cantonese version, Taiwanese sausages are juicier (probably because they use fatty pork). They hold a sweet flavor and may be called “fragrant” sausages. Fresh pork is used, and in Taiwan, local butchers will sell them. They can also be made directly at home. Taiwanese night markets also boast a special variety, known as the double sausage. This is a “small sausage wrapped in a big sausage,” which consists of a smaller pork sausage inside a grilled sticky rice bun.  

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