Goya Chanpuru

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Okinawa | Goya Chanpuru - Bitter Melon Stir Fry

Okinawa | Goya Chanpuru - Bitter Melon Stir Fry

Goya Chanpuru is a bitter melon stir fry. Goya is bittermelon and "chanpuru" refers to "something mixed" in the Okinawan language. Goya is stir fried with egg, tofu, and a type of meat, commonly spam. Spam is a staple of the Okinawan diet. Many people find the dish to be bitter but for the people of Okinawa, goya chanpuru is a signature local dish. Children generally start appreciating goya champuru more once they are older.

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