Char Sui – Chinese BBQ Pork is a classic Chinese dish that you can eat on its own or add to your fried rice or lo mein. If at no other time, you must make it for Chinese New Year!
Most people who eat fast food Chinese have had Char Sui Pork at one time or another. It’s the pork they use in Pork Fried Rice that accompanies almost every entree on the menu and in Lo Mein. So you ever wonder how they get that smoky, sweet flavor and bright color into the pork. Well today, I am going to show you how.
Most Chinese even usually purchase Char Sui. Very few people make it at home themselves. Everything tastes better when made at home, so you’ll do better than the Chinese even if you follow this delicious recipe.
Celebrate Chinese New Year with a traditional recipe!
Although the best way to make char sui is on a grill, if you don’t have one, this is the best alternative.
Chinese New Year Recipes
- Orange Chicken
- Chicken & Mushrooms in Black Bean Sauce
- Hong Kong Noodle Soup
- Nian Gao – Coconut Sticky Rice Cake
- Scallion Pancakes
- Hetaosu – Walnut Cookies
- Puteri Ayu – Steamed Pandan Cakes
- Kuih Dadar – Coconut Stuffed Pandan Crepes
- Chicken Curry Puffs
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