Shunde Boneless Kung Fu Pig: A taste that lingers in your mouth

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    Pork is a common meat that many people have tried. But have you ever eaten boneless pork with a golden roasted cover? Boneless Kung Fu Pig in China’s Shunde City is a dish modified from the Roasted Pig. It is a famous dish at Zhenzhibao Restaurant, emphasizing “Kung Fu.” It only uses suckling pigs and goes through multiple processes such as slaughtering, deboning, marinating, drying, charcoal roasting and feeding. The dish is golden in color with crispy skin. Its meat is fresh but not greasy. Once you taste it, the aromas will linger in your mouth long after you finish eating it.

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