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

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  1. Moses Manaka

    Hey, that doesn't look like honey.

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  2. Cohoangler Vancouver, WA

    Yes, skip the pink salt. It’s normally only used for meats that are smoked for hours (e.g., bacon).

    Also, rather than re-using the marinade for basting, just reserve 1/2 cup of the sauce before marinading for basting. That avoids cross- contamination from the raw meat.

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  3. George Nelson

    Isn’t pink salt sodium nitrate? That is very unhealthy product .

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  4. Comstance Jemkins

    Phenomenal job Chef

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  5. Brian Hammer

    This pork looks like something that the lemon-pepper potatoes would go well with!

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  6. nobracobra

    ahaha ty for your chinese-style unauthentic Char Siu recipe yummo

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  7. uniworkhorse

    Shar Shoe

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  8. Jim Butler

    Sounds like someone is having fun with the speed control knob.

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  9. Lou

    good lord that looks absolutely gorgeous

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  10. Cyndi Foore

    Instead of food coloring you could probably use beet powder and perhaps reduce the sugar.

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  11. Barb Chester

    The first time I had Yakibuta in a Japanese restaurant it was love at first bite. This seems very similar so I will have to give it a try!

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  12. Ras

    Red food colouring made from bugs, so yeah it’s natural

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  13. K Dolo

    Chinese ketchup was more like Worcestershire sauce. In fact, that's where Worcestershire sauce comes from. It wouldn't become the ketchup we know today until it was brought to America and native tomatoes were added.

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  14. Schwarz Weiß

    the communist line deserves a like !

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  15. Louis Paquette

    How about doing this with a Pork Tenderloin instead of Pork Shoulder – would that be okay?
    Looks like another great recipe Chef John, thanks!

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  16. Gerry Power

    After you've boiled the sauce to kill harmful bacteria, don't forget to use a clean basting brush!

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  17. Gerry Power

    Cochineal, red food coloring, is made of crushed insects (I am not kidding.) Do you really want to add that now?

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  18. Eric Koesnadi

    Amazing result, mister!!! Big fan of your videos

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  19. creforce

    that voice jumping up and down is got damn irretating BUT that looks really good

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  20. andyv123

    I too believe ketchup is a Chinese/Asian invention. In my home dialect ketchup means tomato juice 😎

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  21. N_Y_U ✔️

    fake, there was no cat.

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  22. Derek Jordan

    Fun fact: in Pittsburgh, where I grew up, they sold sliced pork shoulder as "Western-Style Ribs." In Las Vegas, where I live now, there's no such thing as Western-Style Ribs."

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  23. Dragon

    C'mon Chef John, that's the most culinary school plating I've ever seen in a thumbnail. You're allowed be a little bit artistic ya know.

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  24. Peter Smith

    Dude, pick a tone of voice and stick with it. That back and forth prepubecant voice makes me want just gouge my ear drums out

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  25. Ben Hall

    Apart from the Ketchup i dont have those ingredients, so went online and ordered from my local chinese take-away. Brilliant idea I thought, no dishes to wash. Happy days!!

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  26. hcekc

    In Cantonese, it's pronounced "Cha Seel".

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  27. Dan Tien

    beet root powder works like a charm, as a substitute for the food coloring

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  28. SUDHIR PATEL

    Not attractive but effective. 🙃

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  29. SUDHIR PATEL

    Nature goes on forever for everyone and everything to return as everyone and everything an infinite number of times through evolutionary processes.

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  30. BigMug Bob

    What was the first sauce put into the pot? What is Chinese spice, what is pink salt …never mind, I'll use Cattlemens from Costco and roast it for 8 minutes on an out of control flame and rip it off the bone 🙂

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  31. Johann Obermeier

    ist die stimme nervig, muss ausschalten

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  32. InfoScholar

    I wonder if beet juice would sub for the red food coloring?

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  33. kpz1234

    Just a thought, might be easier to reserve some of the sauce before marinating in order to avoid having to boil it afterwards…

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  34. Ruben James

    This guy has an irritating inflection to his voice, which makes him kind of hard to understand at times, but the recipe sounds good.

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  35. RockScrambler

    Nope, this doesn't look anything like what I see at my "friendly neighborhood Chinese takeout", or any Chinese takeout for that matter. This actually looks appetizing.

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  36. lexwaldez

    I marinate, pressure cook, smoke and glaze. Turns out wonderful, super tender, saves time and easy to boot. Thanks for the marinade recipe.

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  37. Gloria Hohman

    Looks delicious….

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  38. Gary Green

    Chah-sue

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  39. Ivan Ooze

    i think im going to try this with ribs

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  40. Oregon Patriot

    I don't understand why you would use PINK SALT in a recipe that doesn't require long term storage. The stuff is NOT good for you and should only be used when required. (such as sausage or jerky)
    You said that you would address it in your blog, but there's not a SINGLE WORD about it.

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  41. Peter Langendorff

    Looks great, but 185 degrees?!?

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  42. Aimee Simmons

    I love you Chef, but Mike Chen has the authentic recipe. NO FOOD COLORING!!! and that's ok..

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  43. PaulCollegio

    Ditch the dye and ketchup and use chinese red bean curd. More authentic flavor and natural red color. You can also use red yeast rice, pulverized in the food processor to afine powder.

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  44. trisha fisha

    hi can I use pork butt for this recipe 🤔😁😷😊
    thank you have a great day
    take care y'all
    👵🐟♎🕊
    JANUARY 17~2122

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  45. Yoshi K

    Every sentence sounds like a question.

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  46. Toomanydamnchannels

    👎 for the annoying narration.

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  47. Darrell Schulte

    In China the color red symbolizes all the blood that the CCP has spilled, and is going to spill. In order to achieve world domination.

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