char siu

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char siu

(ˌtʃɑː ˈsjuː) or

char sui

n
(Cookery) barbecued marinated pork
[C20: from Cantonese]
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The Scorpion Ramen came with spicy ground pork, chashu and gai lan.
The waiter recommended the Super Chashu which I ordered with the best gyoza in town.
Instead of chashu (grilled pork), they started putting fried pork into ramen.
The jumbo ramen portion consists of miso ramen topped with Chashu beef (marinated in chili, garlic and soya), wanton, grilled chicken, beansprouts, spring onions and a soft-boiled egg.
The chashu ramen or homemade egg noodles is also an option worth exploring.
Indeed, author and tea connoisseur Wu Deliang (2011: 18) suggests the diversity of tea produced in Taiwan is such that it can be considered a 'global tea plant database' (quanqiu chashu de ziliaoku).
Sure, the soup base lacked a bit of depth and the chashu was cut too thick.
The only evidence of oil is from the chashu, which is larger and thicker than the usual slice of chashu for ramen.
They have other types of sides including chashu bowls, fried chicken, Japanese omelette and edamame.
8grilled or smoked chashu (tender pork with sticky fat) with creamy, sticky pork broth.
Toppings for the ramen include chashu, roast pork marinated and simmered in a dark seasoning called shoyu.
The Shoyu and Shio ramen here will fill you up but the ramen addicts come back for the Miso Chashu or the Tantamen (served only at 6 p.m.