Throw it in fried rice, stuff it in a bao, or just eat it as-is for dinner; you can’t go wrong with the sweet, succulent flavor of BBQ pork (叉燒). One look at that red, glossy shine and you know your taste buds are in for a good time. Char Siu, Cha Siew, Cha Shao, Char Shu, however you spell it, this Cantonese-style staple never disappoints.
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