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Char Siu Chinese BBQ Pork
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Char Siu Chinese BBQ Pork

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$14.95
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Embark on a culinary journey.

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This culinary masterpiece is a harmonious blend of sweet, savory, and smoky flavors that will tantalize your taste buds and transport you to the bustling streets of China. Succulent BBQ pork, marinated in a blend of aromatic spices, is roasted to perfection, offering a delightful caramelized exterior and a juicy, tender interior. Roasted broccoli adds a touch of freshness and a burst of nutrients, while fluffy steamed white rice provides a comforting base for this delectable dish.

Enjoy this delicious product by yourself, or share it with friends and family! This item is priced per serving, so adjust the quantity in the box to get the perfect amount for your needs.

This meal includes the following:

Classic Chinese style BBQ Pork
Roasted Broccoli
Steamed White Rice

Classic Chinese style BBQ pork with roasted broccoli and steamed white rice.
Microwave and oven safe. Ready to heat trays. Completely defrost (thaw) your meals prior to heating. Microwaves come in all different powers making firm reheating times challenging. It heats very rapidly, but it can very quickly overcook any or all components of your dish.

Better Reheated Method: Heat your meals the least amount of time to get just hot enough. Do this by initially heating your meal for half the time indicated and then heat in small increments of 15 to 30 seconds at a time and checking each time if your meal is hot enough.

Best "Ideal" Reheating Method: For perfectly reheated meals you may want to separate the components of the meal out of our trays and add them back into the tray or a plate throughout the cooking process. Some components of your meal needs a different amount of time to reach optimal flavor without overcooking. Perfect reheating, requires a layered approach to heating, starting with the densest item first, then adding the next component with less density and finally adding the loosest, least dense item (often the vegetable) during the last 30 seconds of heating. If you prefer your meats medium rare, then you will need to use this layered approach described above, and heat in small 15 to 30 second increments until all the parts of your meal are hot without any overcooking.