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Char Siu Pork Cutlets With Chinese Coleslaw

Char Siu Pork Cutlets With Chinese Coleslaw created by JustJanS

From the local state paper The West Australian. Sounded/looked delicious to the DH and I, so saving it here for later and as such times are estimates. Even without the slaw I think this recipe is worth consideration for the pork lovers.

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  • For the marinade mix the honey, dark soy, 5 spice powder, garlic, ginger and rice wine and whisk together.
  • In a shallow container place cutlets and coat well with marinade mix.
  • To cook the cutlets will depend on the thickness but on average on the grill (outdoor or indoor on the stove top or under the grill/broiler) I would think about 10 to 12 minutes (5 to 6 minutes per side) for a moist chop, if you like well done go for an extra few minutes.
  • For the slaw - combine the cabbage, sprouts, spring onions .
  • Whisk together the light soy sauce, lemon juice and sasame oil and pour over cabbage just before serving.
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"From the local state paper The West Australian. Sounded/looked delicious to the DH and I, so saving it here for later and as such times are estimates. Even without the slaw I think this recipe is worth consideration for the pork lovers."
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  1. JustJanS
    Char Siu Pork Cutlets With Chinese Coleslaw Created by JustJanS
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  2. JustJanS
    I made this tonight using pork scotch fillet steaks. The meat was amazingly tasty and tender-the coleslaw only so so for our tastes. I added a chilli and a grated carrot to it, but I still think it lacked something. I have made a few Asian coleslaws and would make one of them next time I cooked this dish.
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  3. ImPat
    From the local state paper The West Australian. Sounded/looked delicious to the DH and I, so saving it here for later and as such times are estimates. Even without the slaw I think this recipe is worth consideration for the pork lovers.
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