cantonese bbq

叉燒: Cantonese Style BBQ

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If you are a fan of Asian food, meat, and yummy food, and you haven’t tried Cantonese BBQ yet, go yelp up the closest one near you and take a visit!  This trip I had to Ming’s BBQ was pretty successful.  We ordered a platter “Special Side BBQ” with 3 types of meats (left to right of photo above):

Cantonese BBQ

Cantonese BBQ

  • Roast Pork (脆皮火肉)
  • Roast Duck (脆皮火鴨)
  • Honey BBQ Pork (蜜汁叉燒)

I absolutely love Roast Pork, as it’s got a perfect mix of crunch and meatiness, but the Roast Duck and Honey BBQ Pork was quite tasty also.  The only complaint I had of that day was that they put a bit toooooo much BBQ sauce on so it was a bit too sweet/saucy/salty… but some people love that!

Along with all the meat, we also ordered a Eggplant with Garlic Sauce (recipe here).  Not everyone loves eggplants, but a lot of people that have tried this dish like it!

Eggplant in Garlic Sauce

Eggplant in Garlic Sauce (魚香茄子)

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    By: Tina

    Tina is a foodie that loves eating deliciously and healthily. Having grown up in an Asian household in Atlanta, she loves creating and eating both Asian and American cuisine. Tina is the main blogger of Oh Snap! Let’s Eat! and Paleo in Atlanta. Read more…

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5 thoughts on “叉燒: Cantonese Style BBQ

    1. Tina Post author

      I cant’ travel every often either! (Costs lots of money!) but eating… now I do that everyday :) Thanks for stopping by!

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  1. dianewrites

    This is one thing I love about Asian food. Perfectly seasoned which makes it so flavorful.

    You have a lovely food blog. Have a great day and thank you for following me. You made me happy :)

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