Impulse purchase at local market. The name of this desert remains unknown do to the language barrier but we can confirm (based on observations of desert construction), that the crape-like wrap contains a hunk of vanilla icecream covered in candy peanut dust (which was formed by shaving a big block of peanuts that were petrified in some form of candy-based hardened glue). A definite ‘must try.’ It only ran us about 15 NTD. Cheap and yummy, as always with Taiwanese street food! Taipei, Taiwan – Karina Noriega

al market. The name of this desert remains unknown do to the language barrier but we can confirm (based on observations of desert construction), that the crape-like wrap contains a hunk of vanilla icecream covered in candy peanut dust (which was formed by shaving a big block of peanuts that were petrified in some form of candy-based hardened glue). A definite 'must try.' It only ran us about 15 NTD. Cheap and yummy, as always with Taiwanese street food! Taipei, Taiwan - Karina Noriega

al market. The name of this desert remains unknown do to the language barrier but we can confirm (based on observations of desert construction), that the crape-like wrap contains a hunk of vanilla icecream covered in candy peanut dust (which was formed by shaving a big block of peanuts that were petrified in some form of candy-based hardened glue). A definite ‘must try.’ It only ran us about 15 NTD. Cheap and yummy, as always with Taiwanese street food! Taipei, Taiwan – Karina Noriega

al market. The name of this desert remains unknown do to the language barrier but we can confirm (based on observations of desert construction), that the crape-like wrap contains a hunk of vanilla icecream covered in candy peanut dust (which was formed by shaving a big block of peanuts that were petrified in some form of candy-based hardened glue). A definite ‘must try.’ It only ran us about 15 NTD. Cheap and yummy, as always with Taiwanese street food! Taipei, Taiwan – Karina Noriega

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  1. it’s called a “Ice cream Runbing with powdered peanut and coriander”, it’s a variant of traditional Taiwanese dish- Runbing/ or Lum’pia, which mostly has vegie and meat fillings. This sweet variant was originated from Yilan, a west coast region in Taiwan.

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