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Phá lấu (from Chinese: 拍滷; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: phah-ló̍) is a Vietnamese dish of southern Chinese origin, made from pork meat and offal that is braised in a spiced stock (with curry powder sometimes added). Small wooden sticks are used to pick up the meat, which is then dipped in pepper, lime and chili fish sauce and served with rice, noodle or banh mi. In Cambodia, the dish is called paklov (ផាក់ឡូវ).