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Ló·-bah-pn̄g (魯肉飯)

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Ló•-bah-pn̄g (魯肉飯, lǔròu fàn) - minced, cubed, or ground fatty pork, stewed in soy sauce and spices, then served on rice. It is also very typical in Taiwanese cuisine that people add flavor to the boiled or steamed vegetable with the ló•-bah sauce, and even a stew boiled egg with it. A few side dishes like pickled pumpkin, cabbage, cucumber and so on, are also served along with ló•-bah-pn̄g. The sauce of the dish gives it nice flavor with a note of sweetness and saltiness that comes from the pickles. This is one of those dishes that are simple in appearance, but rich in taste, being just delicious and affordable to anyone.

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References

Taiwanese cuisine, en.wikipedia.org

Taiwanese cooking class - one day (sample), kitchen.j321.com

Taiwanese Braised Pork with Rice (卤肉饭), cazzycazz.blogspot.com

Typical Dishes, www.cquimbyart.com