Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins

From Fine Cooking, this is great for adding to noodle or rice dishes.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Cut small incisions in pork at 1 inch intervals.
  2. Mix remaining ingredients pork in a large plastic bag, pour marinade over, refrigerate overnight, turning a few times.
  3. Heat broiler and position rack 6 inches from heat.
  4. Put a rack in a roasting pan, place pork on rack. add 1/4-inch of water to the pan.
  5. Cook 15-25 minutes until a thermometer registers 145°F.


Most Helpful

I made this with a pork tenderloin and then ended up using it the next day in some pork fried rice. I thought the flavour was excellent. I will definitely be making this again.

Blain October 20, 2007

I absoluteIy love char sui and thought this was the best char sui that I've ever made. It really was beautiful. I live in a european city with the oldest chinese community and it was comparable to the char sui sold in many of their best restaurants.

Spear1968 December 21, 2009

im marinating my tenderloin in this now. I plan on using it to make some pork buns. the sause tastes wonderful

sudio54 February 23, 2009

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