The Taiwanese came up with the idea of adding oysters and braised pig intestines to this simple dish which made it wildly popular.
Mee-sua is made of wheat flour. During the cooking process, starch is released into the soup which acts as a thickening agent. Our version of the stock is made with bonito flakes, dried cuttle fish and chicken stock, which makes it so tasty!
The smooth texture, coupled with juicy oysters is so simple yet irresistible. Best way to enjoy this dish is to send it slurping into your mouth! For those who love vinegar, this goes really well with black vinegar!