Char Siu (Chinese BBQ Pork) / Singapore Noodle


 

Brian Lee

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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.
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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!

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Kevin L (NKY)

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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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Joan

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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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Joan

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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!!!!!!
 

Tony-Chicago

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
 

 

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