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Cha siu sou
800px-Char siew sou
A plate of cha siu sou

Chinese

叉燒酥

Hanyu Pinyin

chā shāo sou

Cha siu sou is the most common version of pastry available in dim sum restaurants. It is almost identical to its brother, the Cha siu baau, in content; the only difference being that is it a sou, a dried flaky pastry, rather than a bun.

Other namesEdit

  • Roast pork pastry
  • Char siu sou
  • Char siew sou

See alsoEdit

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