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Help w/ Chinese Food!!!

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by USMCsilver, Aug 15, 2004.

  1. USMCsilver

    USMCsilver Boat Life ©

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    Okay, you know that stuff they serve on a stick at chinese food places that is red, and it is a pork "product"? Well, here's what I need -- a way to make that stuff at the house!

    Where can I get the red stuff? What is it? Where is a recipe?

    Thanks food folks!
     
  2. Dandapani

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    Ya, that's right, "pork"...

    It's really "rat on a stick"! I love it :)
     

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    I could totally be off here, but, I think its called Peking Pork?
     
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    Would that be a peking corn dog? ;f
     
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    Peking Ribs
     
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    It is called Char-Seu (sp?) pork. If you have a Costco nearby, they have it. Otherwise, any Chinese/Oriental Grocery has it.
     
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    Alchemy Senior Member

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    Do a google search and you might find more than you can handle.
     
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    I've always seen it spelled Ch'a Hsao Jou

    Here's one recipe for it.
     
  9. USMCsilver

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    Thanks folks. I also found that it is called this in Thai -- muu daeng.
     
  10. Dandapani

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    Then again, whenever I see the "red mystery meat" on a stick at the local Chinese buffet, it is always called "chicken" (which is the universal white meat flavoring....).