Tseng Noodles Scallion with Sichuan Pepper Flavor
The dry noodle brand "Zeng Noodle" launched by artist Zeng Guocheng was highly praised after its launch. Among them, this "scallion pepper" taste won the first place in Taiwan's pasta evaluation in 2016! The scallion oil blended with Yunlin authentic red onion and it is also full of flavor and aroma of other spices like Sichuan peppercorns and onion finally the thick noodles which is quite chewy!
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