Small sausage in large sausage
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|Place of origin||Taiwan|
|Region or state||Nationwide|
Small sausage in large sausage (Chinese: 大腸包小腸; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: tōa-tn̂g pau sió-tn̂g; literally: 'large intestine wrapping small intestine') is a snack sausage sandwich invented in Taiwan in the late 20th century. A segment of Taiwanese pork sausage is wrapped in a (slightly bigger and fatter) sticky rice sausage to make this delicacy, usually served chargrilled. It may be compared to a hot dog. Deluxe versions are available in night markets in Taiwan, with condiments such as pickled bokchoy, pickled cucumber, garlic, hot peppers, wasabi, and thick soy sauce paste to complement the taste.
- "Small Sausage in Large Sausage / 大腸包小腸 / dà cháng bāo xiǎo cháng". Taiwan Night Market Snacks. National Chung Hsing University (NCHU). 2013. Retrieved 1 November 2017.