The fried hotdogs look similar to ones that you might find on Coney Island. A wiener is impaled with a chopstick and then battered in a flour batter. The breading on these dogs is fluffier than ones you might find in the states. Also you might find them encrusted with crinkled French fries or even ramen! The hotdog is then dressed with red, red ketchup.
On the street, anything can be fried. You might find a rod of rice cake that has been battered and deep-fried or, my favorite, a tornado potato. It’s one potato that has been spiral cut so it looks like an oil drill. This downward spiral-looking snack is seasoned with salt or powdered cheese and it tastes like a potato chip.
To the side of this magical street food car, one might find a large, thick boa constrictor-like sausage called sundae. This purple snake is chock full of glass noodles and pig’s blood.
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