Why do the inside (the mush of a potato) of French fries at Chinese restaurants taste different than regular Western fries?

Asked by: Adam2
  • Isn't it obvious?

    East Asian style cooking is very different from Western style cooking. That's pretty much the reason why. And plus, french fries isn't really an Asian food (Or an American food if you want to get technical) to begin with. If you go to Asian countries, you'll see Western style food like McDonald's modified to include tofu, fish, rice, soy ingredients, a variety of spices, etc and less dairy products because that is what they like over there and it's instilled in their culture.

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