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Hello, guys! Char Siu is in the house! We are making a char siu recipe today for our future menu of Chinese pork buns or any noodle menu we will have in this blog. This  is so easy-to-make, freezeable, fridge-able, and made with pork tenderloin. Pork tenderloin is a very lean pork meat that is not only … … Continue reading →

Hello, guys! Char Siu is in the house! We are making a char siu recipe today for our future menu of Chinese pork buns or any noodle menu we will have in this blog. This is so easy-to-make, freezeable, fridge-able, and made with pork tenderloin. Pork tenderloin is a very lean pork meat that is not only … … Continue reading →

Hello, guys! Char Siu is in the house! We are making a char siu recipe today for our future menu of Chinese pork buns or any noodle menu we will have in this blog. This  is so easy-to-make, freezeable, fridge-able, and made with pork tenderloin. Pork tenderloin is a very lean pork meat that is not only … … Continue reading →

Hello, guys! Char Siu is in the house! We are making a char siu recipe today for our future menu of Chinese pork buns or any noodle menu we will have in this blog. This is so easy-to-make, freezeable, fridge-able, and made with pork tenderloin. Pork tenderloin is a very lean pork meat that is not only … … Continue reading →

This dish is suitable for daily consumption.    To make Char Siew (Char Siu), you would typically use the lean Pork Belly or Shoulder Butt parts (which is more tender).    Pork belly is a boneless cut of fatty meat derived from the belly of a pig. This is typically one of the most popular cut of meat in both Chinese and Korean cuisine. If you go to the market late, this part is typically sold out. Be wary of sellers who will then do a sales pitch on the remaining cuts he is left with.

This dish is suitable for daily consumption. To make Char Siew (Char Siu), you would typically use the lean Pork Belly or Shoulder Butt parts (which is more tender). Pork belly is a boneless cut of fatty meat derived from the belly of a pig. This is typically one of the most popular cut of meat in both Chinese and Korean cuisine. If you go to the market late, this part is typically sold out. Be wary of sellers who will then do a sales pitch on the remaining cuts he is left with.

My great-grandmother, Gram, made the best won tons. Add-ons: baby bok choi, lean char siu, fishcake. Sorry, no eggs or pork belly with these Chinese noodles.

My great-grandmother, Gram, made the best won tons. Add-ons: baby bok choi, lean char siu, fishcake. Sorry, no eggs or pork belly with these Chinese noodles.

Chinese sweet pork buns. I remember getting these at the Asian store when I was growing up. These are awesome!

Chinese sweet pork buns. I remember getting these at the Asian store when I was growing up. These are awesome!

Hump day at @hunkydoryfish  Char-grilled calamari w/ kale broccoli spinach and spelt salad.  Always nutritious  Always delicious  Snapchat: Ellie.laffner - your lean clean vegetable machine xx by healthycleantimes

Hump day at @hunkydoryfish Char-grilled calamari w/ kale broccoli spinach and spelt salad. Always nutritious Always delicious Snapchat: Ellie.laffner - your lean clean vegetable machine xx by healthycleantimes

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