14/09/2008

Taiwan Chicken Chop is Extra Large, Extra Yummy


Have you ever tried one of those Taiwanese Chicken Chop? Their Chicken Chops are usually extra large and is deep fried, then cut and sprinkled with lots of paprika like spices and pepper. It tastes yummy and I couldn't help myself buying one of those at the *Pasar Malam the other day. They are deep fried and comes out piping hot. No need any sauce or gravy as they are seasoned well enough. Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks in Singapore has that too but this one at the Pasar Malam tastes better. Costs $3.80 per piece. I chose the Honey Chicken Chop (far right in the picture) seasoning. It was the last day of Pasar Malam yesterday. Hope the next one with be soon!


*Pasar Malam - Something similar to flea market/bazaar that can be found in random places in any neighbourhood town in Singapore. These Pasar Malam are usually stalls set along the pavement along roadsides. Sells anything from snacks, clothings, bags, knick knacks and more. Opens usually from the late afternoon till midnight. Some stalls open from mid-day.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

wahhh... look veli hor liao :)

Jipunabor

Xiao-Kia said...

wow! look sedap... yummy... i like all fries food ^^

Dragon said...

i think of try it from shilin too. but, think of fried food, i need to rethink.

Tammy said...

Very yummy looking!!!

Hazel said...

it's so appetizing but can't eat so much oh coz it is heaty

Kikey Loo said...

wah.. look yummy!! :)

Nancyew said...

Am drooling all over the floor......yummmyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

Farah Deen said...

Wow- those chicken look yummy especially at 3pm now and I am in deep hunger (from fasting) LOL

At first, I thought that's only available in Taiwan, but later when I read, you got it from pasar malam. Looks really good, and the price is kinda cheap for the chicken pieces!

Maybe I should look out when I go to the pasar malam next- not sure if they have it here though.

K3ViN said...

look very yummy nia..... i wan i wan.....

Teagan kittymenace said...

we had honey chicken chops from the market near the Pasir Ris train station, they were one of the best things I ate in singapore!