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Taiwanese Orange (柳丁 liŭdīng)

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Taiwanese Orange (柳丁 liŭdīng) is a kind of citrus fruit which looks like usual oranges, the difference being that the skin and flesh have a more yellowish color, practically like lemons. Although unlike lemons, they are rather sweet in taste. This fruit is used in many Taiwanese dishes, starting with main courses that include meat of different origin, especially chicken, and finishing with desserts, most popular being jellies, cakes, shaved ice, etc., and refreshing drinks like juices, cocktails, shakes and so on. Foreign tourists always wonder about how the locals combine so many contrasting tastes, sweet and sour, sweet and spicy or salty and sweet, that finally result in totally delicious food.

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References

Eating in Taiwan, iguide.trave

Taiwan, www.explorra.com

Taiwanese Cuisine, eatingchina.com