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Char siew on a bed of chinese cabbage and salted egg

Traditional Cantonese dish

Chris Tham Chris Tham 2022-03-12 1 min read

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I like to buy char siew from a Chinese BBQ shop, but I always ask them not to slice it, because I take it home, heat it up using the fan forced griller in my oven, and then slice it myself.

I stir fried some chinese cabbage, and served it with a boiled salted duck egg, which is typical in some Hong Kong cafes.

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