Taiwan’s closeness with India has grown significantly ever since China showed India its true colours. Taiwan, which China claims its authority over, has invariably recognised itself as an independent country despite China claiming it as its own part. And though India never comments on the issue but Indians do consider it an independent country and this respects its emotions.
Indefinitely, Indian food has always been something that connects us with the world and Taiwan is no different.
Recently, Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen, accepting her love for desi food, said that she is a fan of India’s Chana Masala, Naan and Chai and her tweet is winning the internet.
“#Taiwan is lucky to be home to many Indian restaurants, & Taiwanese people love them. I always go for chana masala and naan, while #chai always takes me back to my travels in #India, and memories of a vibrant, diverse & colourful country. What are your favourite Indian dishes?,” she wrote.
Ever since the President shared the picture of an Indian Thali on her Twitter handle, Indians just can’t stop but recommend her more Indian delicacies that she could feast on.
Try these Mysore Masala Dosas! pic.twitter.com/CUtgdgfkGw— BG.Subhash (@bgsubhash) October 15, 2020
#India #chai #Taiwan— nanako (@nanako60640577) October 15, 2020
My favorite Indian food is spinach curry(Spinach and cheese curry) and bean soup (?).
Certainly, the bean soup was called dal. (May be misspelled ?)
Also, I like chapati.
Indian food is very diverse. And it is a dish with a deep taste.???
Mam in ur next visit to India…be our Guest pic.twitter.com/jIhOPxGxe8— Gurmit (@guri09) October 15, 2020
My Favourite is #JagganathTemple Mahaprasad at Puri, Odisha. It contains 56 dishes in Total. And 100% Veg. Kindly request your officials to arrange it for you. As the dishes will NOT get destroyed,due to its clay pots and extremely rare unique, ancient method of Divine Cooking. pic.twitter.com/1zhgzkGeif— NayakDebabraTa555 ?? (@NayakTa555) October 15, 2020
Mam I think u should try ‘Butter chicken’ with ‘Butter Naan’ it’s pure Heaven……… pic.twitter.com/Y6lmpFWN8V— Alok Das ?? (@Alok338635611) October 15, 2020
Try Rajasthani thali. Daal, Ghee wali Bati and Churma with Gatte ki, ker sangri ki Sabji. Saath me taaje achaar.October 15, 2020
Padharo mhare des.
Welcome to Rajasthan, welcome to India.
Lots of love and respect to Taiwan pic.twitter.com/X525PlL02w
Lassi and Vegetable and chicken tikki in Taipei in 2016 visit ? pic.twitter.com/5ACd2ivNOD— Kadambini Sharma (@SharmaKadambini) October 15, 2020
Hello Taiwan. India is standing with you for your struggle against The Bully.— TheNemesis (@Grrrrrrhhhhhh) October 15, 2020
Meanwhile my favorite dish “Butter Chicken with Naan” ? pic.twitter.com/1FQ7xtxckQ
Try out Chat & sweets too pic.twitter.com/RvoEOo8YA0— Mrinmoy Das (@DashMeboy) October 15, 2020
I can assure you I do love Indian food when I was in tw & in New York. Lamb vindaloo, butter chicken makhani, seafood tikka masala with naan and mango lassi are amazing. I like the richness of flavors derived from all sort of spices. I did promote it a lot to my friends!— George Lin (@GeorgeL46566756) October 15, 2020
I’d like to share a #specialty of my #hometown #Indore & favorite of my daughter: #poha – a delicious dish from flattened rice flakes, often eaten as #breakfast with a cup of hot #masalachai . Sadly restaurants in Taiwan don’t have it, but I’d be honored to make some for @iingwen pic.twitter.com/Mr4eEDr6Qf— Priya Lee Lalwani (@priyatranslator) October 15, 2020
My favourite Chicken Tikka. pic.twitter.com/cN6FBiZwRw— contactrajeshp (@contactrajeshp) October 15, 2020
Try this dal Bhati churma pic.twitter.com/NqyCwlzvdZ— krishan lunia (@krishan_lunia) October 15, 2020
जलेबी दही pic.twitter.com/e8dfx7lLGh— abhishek (@9da93a611fb7405) October 15, 2020
My Favorite is Hyderabadi Chicken Dum Biryani. You can’t find this taste of Biryani in any part of India. pic.twitter.com/LRrvGnZBbV— UDAY KIRAN NAIDU (@UdayEkkurthi) October 15, 2020
Vada paav ……what else…. pic.twitter.com/Sv3TwO7TK8— Memumbaikar2018 (@memumbaikar2018) October 15, 2020
What Indian delicacy would you recommend her?