Char Siew – BBQ Pork

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char siew

The first thing you might notice when you are in an asian city is the many food stalls hanging colourful red pieces of meat in their show case. These meats are called char siew, or  bbq pork. The meat is marinated and then roasted and grilled over a charcoal grill. It has a delicious mixture of spices that makes you want more. Normally you use char siew in your noodle soups, go together with chicken rice or as a stand alone with plum sauce. Or use it as a filling for those vietnamese gỏi cuốn (fresh summer rolls) You can use a tenderloin, belly or neck from the pork to prepare this meat.

 

Apart from living some of her dreams on a tight schedule, Chris blogs and designs. Originating from the land of the assam laksa, she is now home-based in southern Germany. Authentic asian cooking challenges her to bring fond foodie memories of home in her kitchen.

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