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Sweet and Sticky Char Siu (Chinese BBQ Pork) - Pups with Chopsticks
This tasty and popular Cantonese pork dish, also called char siu , can be used in stir-fry dishes, served with noodles, or as a stuffing for pork buns. In Chinese restaurants all over the world, the spelling varies; you may see it on a menu as char siew, cha siu, or cha shao. Typically, this dish calls for pork loin although you can use pork shoulder butt. For a fatter and juicier variation, you can use pork belly.
Sweet and Sticky Char Siu (Chinese BBQ Pork)
My husband mostly made this recipe since he is the grill man. He followed the recipe ingredients including some good shakes of the Chinese five spice, garlic powder, and onion powder. We marinat Not sure what went wrong.
Instead of a Memphis-style glaze, hit your ribs up with this Chinese-inspired glaze instead. It works well on grilled boneless pork chops or chicken thighs as well. We use Australian tablespoons and cups: 1 teaspoon equals 5 ml; 1 tablespoon equals 20 ml; 1 cup equals ml.