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A traditional gua bao

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The food is known colloquially in parts of Taiwan as "Tiger bites pig" (虎咬豬; hó͘-kā-ti) due to the mouth-like form of the bun and the contents of the filling.Unknown extension tag "ref"Unknown extension tag "ref" Gua bao are also called "Taiwanese hamburgers" due in-part to the wide variety of novel ingredients used as filling, such as fried chicken, fish, eggs, and stewed beef.


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A traditional gua bao

Gua bao ({{#invoke:Zh|Zh}}),<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=web }}</ref> also known as steamed bao,Unknown extension tag "ref" pork belly buns,Unknown extension tag "ref" or ambiguously "bao",Unknown extension tag "ref" is a Taiwanese snack food consisting of a slice of stewed meat and other condiments sandwiched between flat steamed bread. The steamed bread is typically 6-8 cm in size, semi-circular and flat in form, with a horizontal fold in that when opened gives the appearance that it has been sliced. The traditional filling for gua bao is a slice of red-cooked porkbelly, typically dressed with pickled mustard, cilantro, and ground peanuts.Unknown extension tag "ref"Unknown extension tag "ref"

The food is known colloquially in parts of Taiwan as "Tiger bites pig" (虎咬豬; hó͘-kā-ti) due to the mouth-like form of the bun and the contents of the filling.Unknown extension tag "ref"Unknown extension tag "ref" Gua bao are also called "Taiwanese hamburgers" due in-part to the wide variety of novel ingredients used as filling, such as fried chicken, fish, eggs, and stewed beef.


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