Taiwan’s pasta culture
The pasta culture in different parts of Taiwan is different.
If there are food lovers who have eaten all over Taiwan, they will find that the pasta culture in the south, south, north and north of Taiwan is different. Although Taiwan is small, the same snacks have different appearances in the north and south. , Taiwanese snacks are slightly different due to the terrain of the island. Some people will use “sweet in the south and salty in the north” to describe Taiwanese snacks. Let’s take a look at the interesting comparisons across Taiwan.
When it comes to pasta culture, it will definitely be mentioned like: sesame sauce Noodles, fried sauce noodles, beef noodles, soup noodles, wontons, dumplings, etc., were originally because Taiwan was colonized by many countries in the early days, so it developed a diverse food culture. The taste of each food is slightly different, and the practice of each food is slightly different. In terms of soup noodles, the difference between the south and the north is that the southern part prefers thick and smooth soup, and the northern part is slightly thicker than clear soup. For beef noodles, some regions prefer to use knife-cut noodles, while others prefer to use hand-beaten noodles.
In fact, Taiwan’s pasta culture was also influenced by the pasta movement promoted by the early government, which gradually broke the public’s notion that rice is only food, and allowed more people to gradually develop the habit of pasta in their lives. Consumer groups are also on the rise. After many years, all kinds of pasta are no longer regarded as snacks and late-night snacks, but become one of the staple foods in our daily life.
Taiwan’s pasta culture is actually a food learned from various countries, such as scallion pancakes, xiaolongbao, steamed buns, bread, etc., but when these pasta cultures were introduced to Taiwan, the people of Taiwan also followed their own living habits and tastes. Make more innovative pasta and promote it, such as Western-style desserts and Chinese-style desserts, which are also part of the pasta culture. In the future, all parts of Taiwan will innovate and create more delicious pasta through their own culture. culture.