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At first it seemed like the flavor would be pretty bland, even after adding quite a bit more soy , five-spice, and even teriyaki. But then later after we reheated it to have for dinner, I have to say it was very good! A much better and more interesting flavor than traditional American pulled pork. We also just used bagged coleslaw. You could even turn this in to a sort of stir-fry by sauteeing the cooked meat and cabbage together for a bit and putting it over cooked rice- that is my plan next time for the leftovers, if there are going to be any!

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Gracielagata June 27, 2006

Wonderful! I set this recipe out for my husband to throw together. He put it in the crockpot overnight and then shredded it in the morning. For supper we reheated the meat and served the dipping sauce on the side. This is a great recipe and the leftovers froze very well. I used regular coleslaw mix and it worked fine. Thanks for sharing this recipe :)

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* Pamela * January 13, 2006
Oriental Pork Sandwiches