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Char siu Pork

Char Siu Pork

Serve: 1-2


500 gram                                Pork Tenderloin fillet 

2 tablespoon                            Light soft brown sugar

1 tablespoon                            Sugar

1 tablespoon                            Light soy sauce

1 tablespoon                            Dark soy sauce

1 tablespoon                            Tomato puree

1 tablespoon                            Vegetable oil

1/2 tablespoon                         Ground Chinese five spices

1/2 teaspoon                            Cider Vinegar

1/4 teaspoon                            Soybean paste

1/4 teaspoon                            White pepper

1/4 teaspoon                            Garlic granule

1/4 teaspoon                            Baking powder






-In the medium-size mixing bowl, put the light soft brown sugar, sugar, light and dark soy sauce, cider vinegar, white pepper, Chinese five spices, garlic granule, and baking powder. -Use the hand whisker to mix all the ingredients together. This is your marinating sauce. 

-Add the pork fillet into the mixing bowl, fold and make sure that the marinated sauce covers the fillet. 

-Cover the bowl with the cling film and leave it overnight or at least for 3 hours. 

-Preheat the oven at 200 celsius.

-Heat the oil in the frying pan. Fry, the pork fillet for approx 2-3 minutes on each side, to lock in the flavor.

-Transfer the pork fillet on the baking tray, cover it with the foil paper and bake for approx 45 minutes.

-Remove foil paper cover. Drain the juice and save it -to make the sauce. Then put the uncover pork fillet back into the oven.

-Bake until the pork cooked. It should be for a further 15 minutes. 

-Take the pork fillet out of the oven, cover and rest for at least 25 minutes. 

-Heat the juice and marinated sauce in the frying pan, season with salt, pepper and soybean paste. Bring it to boiled. 

-Serve this lovely Charsiu pork with rice/ noodles and vegetables. Drizzle the sauce on top of an extra deliciousness. 


– Brush the pork fillet with the melted unsalted butter before resting the meat for extra shine.

-I love having Char siu pork with Pak-Choi. This vegetable does not only give the leafy green color but also it’s soft and velvety texture bring a delicacy to the dish. 

-Don’t have time to prepare this dish. Try my quick and easy Chinese Style Pork and noodles recipe and enjoy it with less than 25 minutes. 

Charsiu Pork





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