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Hujiao Bing

At a stall in the corner of a market in Taipei’s hip Fuxing district, a husband-and-wife team turns out fresh hujiao bing, savory black pepper and pork biscuits from the Chinese coastal province of Fuzhou.
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Corner of Lane 31, Da’an Road, Section 1, Taipei, Taiwan

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Updated on September 26, 2014

At a stall in the corner of a market in Taipei's hip Fuxing district, a husband-and-wife team turns out fresh hujiao bing, savory black pepper and pork biscuits from the Chinese coastal province of Fuzhou. At least once an hour they prepare a fresh batch, rolling out dough on a worn wooden prep counter, layering on sliced and chopped pork and minced scallions, and stretching the edges of the dough rounds up and over to form plump palm-sized rounds. The biscuits bake vertically, stuck to the sides of a coal-fired, tandoori-shaped clay oven, and emerge with a crispy-chewy crust dusted with sesame seeds, hiding juicy meat mingled with nubs of sweet caramelized onion.

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Published on Aug 6, 2010

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