There are too many types of snacks in China. Each region has different characteristics and tastes. And because some snacks are really well done, they are not only limited to daily supply, but also line up early to buy.
Today Xiaojia came to Quanzhou, Fujian and experienced a special snack taro cake made by Fujian auntie. Let's take a look at this most amazing food stall in Fujian, it only sells for 1 hour! One 3 pieces of 5, afraid of not buying 30 minutes in advance!
This snack bar that sells taro cakes is only sold at 5 o'clock, but since 4 o'clock, many people have queued here. Xiaojia arrived here at 4:30, and a small dragon has already formed here. And when I started to line up, I looked at where I stood, and I was really worried that I would not be able to buy it today.
As the team grew longer, it was finally about 5 o'clock. The aunt brought her seated taro cake to the store entrance, and everyone lined up and walked into the store to start buying.
There are only two flavors of taro cakes, one is sweet and the other is salty, with black sesame and white sesame as a distinction. The price of both flavors is 3.5 yuan each, which is not expensive.
It can also be seen that this taro biscuit is actually made by filling two biscuits with a filling, making the taro into taro paste, and frying it with batter. Xiao Jia couldn't tell which one was sweet and which one was salty, so let's taste the white sesame flavor together.
White sesame taro cake is sweet with taro puree in the middle. The taro cake bites down, and the biscuits on the outside are crispy. However, the taste of taro puree is really thick and soft, and the sweetness is just right. It won't feel tired or panicked. And the scent of white sesame is also very strong, adding some flavor to the taro cake.
And the salted taro cake is actually the fresh taro cake from the sweet taste to the salty taste. Still very delicious, I feel that these two flavors are two delicious flavors that can coexist.
However, this taro cake does have a lot of people coming in line, but everyone's evaluation of its taste and taste is actually mixed. In fact, there are so many foods in China that have been eaten by hundreds or thousands of people, but it is impossible for one kind of food to satisfy everyone's taste.
When I finished eating, my aunt's taro cake was sold out, but customers kept coming to inquire about the purchase. I was also curious and asked my aunt. Auntie said that she would bring 500 taro cakes a day and sell them. And many people in the front will buy 40-50 directly at one time, so they sell very fast, 500 taro cakes can be sold out in less than an hour.
Today, Xiaojia is also full of food. If you have the opportunity to eat this taro cake, will you choose sweet or salty?