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CHAR SIU Chinese BBQ pork

Post  Carainhongkong on 10.08.12 8:16

pork tenderloin
1 tsp salt
2 tsp sugar
2 tsp brown sugar
2 tsp dark soy sauce
2 TBSP char siu sauce (available at asian supermarkets)
1TBSP honey

mix all ingredients above and marinate pork for at least 1 hour.

pre-heat HO for 3 minutes on 250C.

on low rack, place pork.

cook on max (250C) for 10 minutes, turn and cook a further 5 minutes.

(we found that we wanted to use the marinade on the pork, so once cooked, i added more marinade and put it back in for about 3-5 minutes until meat started to "blacken" a little... just how i like it!)

very, very yummy!

serve with rice and chinese vegetables.

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Re: CHAR SIU Chinese BBQ pork

Post  Reeta on 10.08.12 15:55

Another delicious recipe' Thank you for spoiling us Carain

For UK menbers - you can buy char siu sauce in Asda

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Re: CHAR SIU Chinese BBQ pork

Post  ozziejude on 10.08.12 20:24

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Carain, could you tell me if your TSP is 20ml or 15ml, in aussie it is 20ml.
It sounds like you are having great success, off to see if I can get Char Siu Sauce.
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Re: CHAR SIU Chinese BBQ pork

Post  Carainhongkong on 11.08.12 3:26

not sure... i'm never that exact when i cook... sorry! i just used a real teaspoon...i think the ratios are more important...ie twice as much sugar as salt

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Post  ozziejude on 11.08.12 5:02

Ok, I think teaspoons are 5ml everywhere, but TSPs are different.
I am a chuck in cook also, and hope for the best.
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