Level: Easy. Pork, seafood, chicken, rice, and soy are common ingredients. Print Options. Page size Letter 3x5 4x6 Text Size Small Medium Large Content Include description Include prep time, etc. Share f a e. Print; 2 Comments; 2 Reviews; x. Both locally and internationally Taiwanese cuisine, particularly its history, is a politically contentious topic. Cook: 20 mins. Serves: System: US Metric. It’s a bowl of a little bit sweet and a lot bit salty ground pork and shiitake mushroom meat-sauce mixed atop a big heap of Ramen noodles. This Taiwanese Pork Noodle is made up of two main ingredients. https://www.allrecipes.com/.../tsao-mi-fun-taiwanese-fried-rice-noodles https://sunbasket.com/recipe/taiwanese-noodle-soup-with-pork-and-baby-greens Beef is far less common, and some Taiwanese (particularly the elderly generation) still refrain from eating it. 4.00 Mitt(s) 2 Rating(s) Prep: 10 mins. Taiwanese Pork and Noodles (Lo Ba) by big2beautiful on August 25, 2010 in Main Courses. fusionrecipes.com/recipes/taiwanese-inspired-braised-pork-noodle-soup The meat-sauce is most commonly eaten on top a bed of rice, but with noodles is by far my favorite way to eat it! See post on big2beautiful’s site! Taiwanese culinary history is murky and is intricately tied to patterns of migration and colonization.