Boiled Salty Chicken
Boiled salty chicken is cooked in boiling salt water with condiments such as scallions, ginger, Chinese red pepper, and pepper. After cooling down, it tastes springy and not greasy at all.
Where is it from?
Boiled salty chicken is a universal food in Taiwan, and often voted as the most favorite small snack by Taiwanese residents.
How do you prepare it?
First, smear the condiments, including pepper, Chinese red pepper, and salt over the chicken, and put it in the refrigerator for a while. Then put the chicken into boiling salt water with scallions, ginger, Chinese red pepper, and pepper. After the chicken is fully cooked, take it out and cool down the chicken. Finally, sprinkle ginger shreds, chopped scallions, and special sauce on it. The special sauce perfectly matches the chicken and varies in different stores, but generally the texture of the chicken tastes springy and not greasy at all.
Where do you buy it?
Boiled salty chicken is sold in every night market, downtown, food court and even on the street. The vendors not only sell chicken meat but also serve other parts of the chicken, such as the heart, the cockscomb, and the gizzard. Vegetables are also available, which provides more nutrients for customers.
The boiled salty chicken stands also serve other foodstuff.