Char Siu (Chinese BBQ Pork) / Singapore Noodle


Brian Lee

Costco ran a special on pork butt a few weeks ago so I've been making char siu the past few weekends following this recipe. Yesterday I cooked the pork butt strips on my smoker @250F for 2.5 hours.

The taste is bit on the salty side due to the hoisin sauce so it doesn't match the flavor you get from Chinese BBQ stores which has a nice balance of sweet and salty. But the texture is very good. I then sliced up the roast pork and made Singapore Noodles (rice sticks with stir fried vegetables, roast pork and curry). Enjoy!


Kevin L (NKY)

TVWBB Gold Member
Great plate those fine noodles soak up all the flavors makes for a interesting meal of fun.
Love to have a plate of this.
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TVWBB Platinum Member
Yes, so does DH. He had me print a copy of the recipe (2 pages)

Sorry, forgot to say, "thank you Brian for the recipe, will keep you posted"
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This was dinner last night and didn't take any pictures. It was the best pork dinner we have had in a long time. Thank you again Brian!!!!!!


TVWBB Wizard
Great idea! Lots of Char Siu around here, but making my own would let me control a few ingredients. Gf loves singapore noodles