How to Prepare Perfect Chinese BBQ Pork (Char Siew)

Chinese BBQ Pork (Char Siew). Char Siu – Chinese BBQ Pork No trip to Chinatown here in Sydney is complete without taking home a container of Chinese BBQ pork. And I am yet to manage the drive all the way home without sneaking in a little taste test (or two…or three). If you love a juicy, sweet & sticky char siu (Chinese BBQ Pork), give this easy recipe a try!

Chinese BBQ Pork (Char Siew) We would like to show you a description here but the site won't allow us. Char Siu, or Chinese BBQ pork, is one of the most popular pork recipes in Cantonese cooking. If you have been to Chinatown, I am sure you have seen glistening and perfectly roasted meats such as Chinese roast pork (siu yuk), chicken and duck hanging in front of the Chinese BBQ restaurants. You can cook Chinese BBQ Pork (Char Siew) using 3 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Chinese BBQ Pork (Char Siew)

  1. Prepare 100 grams of pork strip.
  2. It’s 1 dash of meat tenderizer.
  3. You need 1 cup of sauce pls refer to APP RECIPE ON (SAUCE FOR PORK OR SPARE RIB).

BBQ pork belly char siu is the epitome of Cantonese BBQ. Easy to prepare oven roasted Char Siu (Chinese Barbecue Pork). Perfect with steamed rice or noodles. Char Siu (Chinese Barbecue Pork) is one of the most popular and ubiquitous roast meat in Chinese cuisine.

Chinese BBQ Pork (Char Siew) instructions

  1. For the diy sauce for pork and spare ribs please view the attachment below.
  2. Marinate pork with meat tenderizer and sauce for pork for 20 minute.
  3. Bake the pork with half the sauce 180 C for 25 minute or longer depending on the thickness of pork.
  4. Turn pork and add balance sauce then bake for another 15 minute or longer depending on the thickness of pork.
  5. Remove pork then add 3tbsp of water on baking dish to dilute sauce bring it to a boil and then fully coat cooked pork with sauce.
  6. Below are few of my recipes using this chinese bbq,sauce (char siew sauce), i am glad to share with you

Most restaurants have them hanging in glass cases at the entrance to entice you. In Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam, char siew rice is found in many Chinese shāolà (烧腊) stalls along with roast duck and roast pork. The dish consists of slices of char siu, cucumbers, white rice and is drenched in sweet gravy or drizzled with dark soy sauce. Char siu rice is also a popular food within the Chinese community in Medan, Indonesia, where it is more. My father, the hotel restaurant's head chef at the time, used a closely guarded recipe of Chinese sauces, lots of garlic, and spices to make his classic char siu.