Char Siu – the best and easiest Chinese BBQ pork belly recipe ever. This homemade Char Siu is better than Chinatown, sticky sweet and savory.
Char Siu, or Chinese BBQ pork is one of the most popular pork dishes in Chinese/Cantonese cuisine. If you have been to Chinatown, I am sure you have seen BBQ meats such as (roast pork, duck, chicken, etc.) hanging in front of the Chinese BBQ restaurants. To many Chinese, the mere mention of char siu would conjure up a mental picture of juicy, tender, savory, fatty BBQ pork belly dripping in a savory, sticky, and super delicious sauce, sliced into thin pieces and served with steaming white rice. Char siu is the epitome of the Cantonese BBQ dishes. A good char siu, when done and executed to perfection, is one of the best things to savor in the world.
Little G fell in love with char siu while we were on summer vacation in Penang. Now that I am back here in California, I have to make it at home. I found the recipe on Facebook, it’s even better than my other char siu recipe. The taste reminds me of the best char siu found in Malaysia, found at the many chicken rice stalls in Malaysia. He loves my char siu and gives me two thumbs way up! Try this amazing char siu recipe, I guarantee you that you will be very impressed!
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