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Peking Pork (Jing Du Pai Gu, 京都排骨)

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Peking Pork (Jing Du Pai Gu, 京都排骨) is a meat dish originated in Beijing. It consists of crispy boneless pork strips that are marinated in a sweet red sauce. The pork is firm and crispy, with a slightly sweet glaze that does not overwhelm the tenderness of the pork. It is a common dish that can be found in many restaurants.



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Peking pork, en.wikipedia.org

京都排骨, baike.baidu.com

Peking Pork, www.mealsmatter.org