Friday, September 14, 2012

Recipe 36: You Tiaos

Greetings, or hello thar, fancy seein ya all here, I am here today's to tell ya how or teach ya to make You tiaos... or get them or take them off ma mind or get  it outta ma head, lets let it all right outta the way or right nao thar or here,  so here we good kind sir or madam, kinda alon the lines of or similar to: the Churros which is Spanish by the way...  fried or baked or BBQued... as ya wish really...  kinda sweet too or salty...

1. Get some dough or flour, roll some sugar or some cinnamon round it... cut them like or similar to a churros... or such as its shape....

2. Get them in a oven, preheated stove (350-75 celsius).... bake or fry them them up till all golden & crisp... or crunchy or tangy or.... cream the' up... if or just in case ya wish... to say its tasty really, its an understatement... XDDD

3. Get them right outta thar after its perfectly golden... eaten like or alon the lines of or similar to some churros... dip them or drop them into a soy milk or a rice soup with minced shallots or chopped onions!

4. In summary, or in brief, in short or in a nutshell, or in essence, to summarize, to wrap it up,  its edible or to eat alongside with soy milk, or some rice soup, at ya own will really or alon with chopsticks instead of or in lieu of fingertips... ya thoughts or views about them? I got them at the KFC whislt in Shanghai as a breakfast... like them sweet or salty? thats the question in a nutshell or all in all.. All in all or in a nutshell or in essence, speak ya mind or gimme ya honest piece of mind or spit ya truth about them! Ya could find them or get the' at the Chinatown or Korea or Japan town... Next up on the menu would be about some Asian sandwiches & etc..


You Tiaos alongside with soy milk


You Tiaos dipped into some rice soup!



15 comments:

Jason said...

Is it like Oats with chicken?

Looks tempting :D

Naiwen said...

No meat in thar or here? Just somethin sweet.

zoldos said...

Looks really good! I already ate tho hehehe

Jay said...

Looks really interesting, first time hearing something of the like! Great post. :)

Naiwen said...

yeah they are, trust me, whenever I get the chance to buy some, I'd nor do I let it slip by or pass by.

Demonskeith said...

this sounds really good, but I would use cinnamon.

Naiwen said...

ya could make it cinnamoned too? but I'd suggest not to, because of its Chinese origins! Chinese peeps don't in fact like or fancy cinnamon in their foods...

Daisy said...

I'd love to try it, good recipe, Naiwen.

idrivethetaxi said...

looks linteresting.....maybe add a little more sweetness like crown sugar

Naiwen said...

really, its not set or molded in stone... you could go by or abide by its recipe or not.

ramtastic05 said...

These look great.
Do you have any recipes for these with meat inside?
Thanks

Naiwen said...

We couldnt make use of meat inside as I've circled or put thar or here, only use flour or dough... & sweeten it.....

ProTechModz ProTechModz said...

Is this like a kind of soup ?

Naiwen said...

nop.. but its with rice soup so yeah.

Hotspot said...

Interesting recipe, I actually didn't know there was such a thing as Rice soup. I knew of Rice pudding though...