Chinese Roast Pork

Chinese Roast Pork created by djmastermum

This is a very easy dish to throw together, as once you have combined all the ingredients, it is just the marinating of the pork that takes the time. I tend to marinade mine in the morning before work but it can also be marinated overnight if preferred. I served ours with vegetable and egg fried rice but feel free to serve it with whatever you like. Prep Time does not include marinating time.

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  • Combine all the ingredients in a large bowl, mix well, add pork, toss to coat, refrigerate several hours or over night.
  • Pre-heat oven to 180 degrees Celsius, drain pork, reserving marinade.
  • Place pork in an oven proof dish, roast uncovered, for about 50 Min’s or until browned and cooked through. Brush pork several times with reserved marinade whilst cooking.
  • Let pork stand for 5-10 Min’s before slicing.
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"This is a very easy dish to throw together, as once you have combined all the ingredients, it is just the marinating of the pork that takes the time. I tend to marinade mine in the morning before work but it can also be marinated overnight if preferred. I served ours with vegetable and egg fried rice but feel free to serve it with whatever you like. Prep Time does not include marinating time."
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  1. LindyT53
    I had company arriving from out of state and wanted to make something special. This was just what i was looking for to WOW my guests! I got all kinds of compliments and even a kiss on the cheek! It was fully enjoyed by all of us!
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  2. djmastermum
    Flavour plus here, the whole family loved this to bits. I used pork leg steaks (they were cooked in 4 minutes) because that is what I had handy and didn't want to go and buy a pork fillet. I also added 4 tablespoons of Chinese BBQ Sauce marinade to the red pork seasoning. A wonderful dinner thaankyou :-)
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    Chinese Roast Pork Created by djmastermum
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