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Chinese Barbecue Pork (Char Siu) Recipe – How to Make Chinese-Style BBQ Pork



Learn how to make a Chinese Barbecue Pork (Char Siu) Recipe! Go to http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2017/06/chinese-barbecue-pork-char-siu-take.html for the ingredient amounts, extra information, and many, many more video recipes! I hope you enjoy this Chinese-Style BBQ Pork!

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27 thoughts on “Chinese Barbecue Pork (Char Siu) Recipe – How to Make Chinese-Style BBQ Pork

  • Is he talking like that on purpose or does he have some kind of condition?

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  • lemme just abandon my jewish faith for a lil bit to eat this

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  • This worked out great – thanks! I'm told Americans have a sweeter tooth than many, so I omitted the sugar, which turned out to be a good call. And at last, another use for red food colouring. They sell 'em in small 28.3g containers, and it lasts you the rest of your life 🙂 Anyway, entertaining vid and a good recipe – will use it again!

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  • At 3:30 minutes: Thanks, narrator! If in doubt, throw it out. Do not use something which is "very optional," that even the mentor is unsure of its safety.

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  • Thanks man for the recipe. Your take absolutely Chef! Lighting was fine video made wish for "smell o vision" it was that delightful.

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  • Now I'm trying to think of some stupid question I can ask, but I've got nothing. Good job, thumbs up. You are the Mork of that BBQ pork.

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  • Red food colouring is made from dried and crushed cochineal insects… I wonder how many people don't realise it?

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  • Why do you talk like that? You don't have to. Just speak normally no need to put on some cartoon video voice.

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  • Wonderful as always…Cheers Jeff Yes steamed buns sound great…

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  • Good food and hilarity all under one roof.

    You’re channel is bloody awesome sir ? ??

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  • Red symbolizes exact opposites in China: Communism and prosperity. So much for Chinese symbolism.

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  • There's a typo in the video title. I think you meant to write "Chinese Barbecue Porn"

    😀

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  • yummy.   ive made this in a low oven in wintertime and it turned out great as well.

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  • Doesn't anybody find the way this man speaks INCREDIBLY annoying? It's just an unnatural way of talking…

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  • You can get the signature red color without food coloring by using fermented red bean curd. I've never seen a recipe with ketchup before. Interesting.

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