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Steamed Pork Chicken Rice Cebu Dimsum Style

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Steamed Pork Chicken Rice Cebu Dimsum Style
Steamed Pork Chicken Rice Cebu Dimsum Style
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New recipe update: dish is very popular in Cebu!!. Craving for Dimsum's Steamed Pork Rice? Give this recipe a shot!Use chicken meat for our muslim friends or remove shrimps for those who are allergic from it. :)Enjoy this dish! and let me know what you think of this! Music by: Upbeat UkuleleTAGS: Filipino food, dimsum, chinese food, steamed pork rice, pinoy style, cebuano style, foodie
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