Make this easy, melt-in-your-mouth Chashu pork belly recipe at home! Braised in a sweet and savory sauce, you can now add the tender slice of meat as topping to your next bowl of ramen. It’s the most fulfilling reward for any pork belly lovers out there!
In Japanese, Chashu is sometimes called “Nibuta” (煮豚), literally means simmered/braised pork, as opposed to “Yakibuta” (焼豚), which means barbecued pork. The Japanese enjoy Chashu as a topping for Ramen and other noodles, as well as Chashu over steamed rice in called Chashu Don, like a rice bowl.
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Adzuki Bean Paste (Adzuki Beans (17%), Sugar, Huimectant: E965), Glutinous Rice Flour (Glutinous Rice, Modified Starch), Water, Sugars (Sugar, Humectant: E420), Modified Starch, Soybean Oil, Acidity Regulators: E575, E331 and E330, Beta-amylase (Contains Soybean)
Net Weight: 300g
Product of Austria
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