Char Siu

Char Siu created by Hey Jude

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

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30mins
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directions

  • Cut small incisions in pork at 1 inch intervals.
  • Mix remaining ingredients together.place pork in a large plastic bag, pour marinade over, refrigerate overnight, turning a few times.
  • Heat broiler and position rack 6 inches from heat.
  • Put a rack in a roasting pan, place pork on rack. add 1/4-inch of water to the pan.
  • Cook 15-25 minutes until a thermometer registers 145°F.
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"From Fine Cooking, this is great for adding to noodle or rice dishes."
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  1. Barbtking
    The flavor of this was excellent! I marinated 24 hours then cooked it at 400 degrees on a rack, turning and basting with leftover marinade after 20 minutes. It really was delicious and the edges/crispy parts were over the top good while the wider, middle section was good but not quite over the top (ha ha)! I will definitely be making this again but next time I will slice the tenderloin into chunks so that there are more end pieces.
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  2. Spear1968
    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.
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  3. sudio54
    im marinating my tenderloin in this now. I plan on using it to make some pork buns. the sause tastes wonderful
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  4. Blain
    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.
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  5. yettobeseen
    Simple and delicious. I never thought I could make char sui so easily. Now I have char sui for so many other recipes.
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