Brad's char siu (Chinese BBQ pork) w/ chow mein. The mildly sweet and savory char siu (Chinese bbq pork) filling inside flaky pastry shell are just to die for. They make great snacks, or even meals, any time of the day. I used pie crust for this recipe.
They make great snacks, or even meals, any time of the day. I used pie crust for this recipe. However, using puff pastry will be wonderful replacement as well. You can cook Brad's char siu (Chinese BBQ pork) w/ chow mein using 24 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Brad's char siu (Chinese BBQ pork) w/ chow mein
- It’s of For the pork.
- It’s 4 1/2-5 lb of whole pork loin.
- You need 3 of char siu marinade packets.
- You need 1 1/2 cups of water.
- It’s of For the chow mein.
- Prepare 1/2 lb of baby carrots.
- You need 1 of medium sweet onion, sliced thin 1" long.
- You need 8 Oz of shitake mushrooms, sliced.
- You need 3 cloves of garlic, sliced thin.
- You need 1 bunch of bok choy, only the whites. Sliced thin.
- It’s 1 head of savoy cabbage. Quarter & slice 1" thick.
- It’s 2 of yellow squash, slice in half lengthwise, slice thin.
- It’s of For chow mein sauce.
- It’s 4 cups of heavy chicken broth.
- Prepare 2 tbs of reduced sodium soy sauce.
- You need 1-1 1/2 tbs of fish sauce.
- Prepare 1 tbs of seasoned rice wine vinegar.
- It’s 1 tsp of sesame oil.
- Prepare 1/2 tsp of Mongolian fire oil.
- Prepare 2 of whole star anise.
- Prepare 1/2 tsp of each dry mustard, ground ginger.
- It’s of Other ingredients.
- It’s 1 pkg of soft chow mein noodles or lo mein noodles.
- It’s of Cornstarch slurry.
A char siu sauce is a mix of various Asian pantry ingredients, including soy sauce, oyster sauce, honey, and Chinese five-spice powder. I like to add grated fresh ginger to my marinade for a bit of warm heat. The Chinese barbecue pork that you find in most Chinese restaurants often has a tinge of red in the meat, either from using red fermented tofu in the marinade, or. You will love this authentic Char Siu Chinese Chicken Chow Mein Recipe!
Brad's char siu (Chinese BBQ pork) w/ chow mein step by step
- Mix water and marinade pkgs. Pierce pork loin all over with a fork. Place both in a lg zip lock bag. Remove as much air as possible. Marinade overnight or longer. I went 3 days. Turn bag over every 8 -12 hrs..
- Pre heat grill. Clean with grill brush. Do not rinse pork loin. Place on grill and char on all sides. You want that dark caramelization. I even put a little smoke to it with Cherrywood chips while cooking..
- When seared on all sides, place in a baking dish and finish in the oven at 350. Bring to an internal temperature of 155. Remove from oven and tent with tin foil 5-8 minutes. This will bring the internal temp up to over 160..
- While pork is in the oven, make chow mein, sauce, and noodles at the same time..
- In a saucepot, place chicken stock, soy sauce, and fish sauce. Bring to a boil then reduce to a simmer. The idea is to layer these flavors into the sauce. So go down the list, add 1 ingredient and let simmer a few minutes before adding the next. I wrote the ingredients in order for how I added them. When last ingredient is in and it has simmered for a bit, thicken with cornstarch slurry. Equal parts corn starch and cold water. Until desired thickness. it will thin out when you add to veggies..
- For the chow mein, place a small amount of sesame oil in a wok. Heat wok and add whole baby carrots. Stir fry until they just start to caramelize. Add onion, mushrooms, and garlic. Stir fry until onion becomes translucent, don't let them brown. Add bok choy, fry another 3 minutes. Add squash and cabbage. Fry until cabbage is just tender. Pour sauce over and heat through..
- Bring 4 qts water to a boil. Add noodles and cook according to times on the pkg. When done drain and rinse with hot water. Place in a serving bowl and toss with a little sesame oil so it doesn't stick together..
- Plate noodles and add sauced veggies on top. Slice pork thin and add to the plate. Serve immediately. Enjoy..
It is so simple to make, and the flavors are restaurant quality. These silky soft noodles with tender flavorful Chinese chicken are utterly scrumptious.#sponsored #worldmarkettribe 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. Here is for you Noodle Soup with combination of Pork-Shrimp and Char Siu ( Chinese Pork BBQ ). for making those ready made food stuffs, referred to my previous cooking video.