Hanazen Slow Cooked Seasoned Chashu Pork Belly - 6 oz


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Chashu is a Japanese preparation of pork belly that is a variation on Chinese char siu pork. Pork belly is rolled and tied before being slowly cooked to create an tender and flavorful meat that commonly used as a topping for pork ramen or served on its own as a side dish. Chashu is often reheated by using a butane torch but it is equally delicious when seared in a pan or broiled.


Ingredients: Pork, water, vinegar, soy sauce (water, wheat, soybeans, salt, alcohol, vinegar, lactic acid), dextrose, sodium phosphate, rosemary extract, ginger powder, garlic powder, marinated with sauce [water, sugar, soy sauce (water, wheat, soybeans, salt), caramel color, salt, distilled vinegar, soy sauce powder (wheat, soybeans, salt), yeast extract, garlic puree, ginger puree, xanthan gum].