Chinese Pork Marinade by Chef Josh Weitzer

Chinese Pork Marinade by Chef Josh Weitzer

Josh Weitzer from On Fire Kitchen joined us in our Barcelona BBQ video interviews to share his Chinese Marinaded Pork recipe

Chinese Pork Marinade by Chef Josh Weitzer
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While you can enjoy this pork all by itself, it is a perfect addition to many dishes. Try it in mini Asian style sandwiches with pickled veggies and fresh Asian herbs. Josh also likes to add it on top of a nice bed of stir fried baby bok choi, and of course, there is no better fried rice than BBQ Pork fried rice as the rich flavor of the grill adds so much to a simple rice dish.
  • CoursePork, Sauces
  • CuisineAsian
Servings Prep Time
4-5 people 5 mins
Cook Time Passive Time
30 mins 24 hours
Servings Prep Time
4-5 people 5 mins
Cook Time Passive Time
30 mins 24 hours
Chinese Pork Marinade by Chef Josh Weitzer
Print Recipe
While you can enjoy this pork all by itself, it is a perfect addition to many dishes. Try it in mini Asian style sandwiches with pickled veggies and fresh Asian herbs. Josh also likes to add it on top of a nice bed of stir fried baby bok choi, and of course, there is no better fried rice than BBQ Pork fried rice as the rich flavor of the grill adds so much to a simple rice dish.
  • CoursePork, Sauces
  • CuisineAsian
Servings Prep Time
4-5 people 5 mins
Cook Time Passive Time
30 mins 24 hours
Servings Prep Time
4-5 people 5 mins
Cook Time Passive Time
30 mins 24 hours
Ingredients
Servings: people
Instructions
  1. Cut Pork meat into 6x6 centimeter strips along the grain.
  2. Mix all ingredients together evenly, and place the strips of meat into a bowl with the marinade, or you can put them in a sealable plastic bag. Allow this marinade to work overnight for best results
  3. For grilling, the barbecue should not be too hot - 125-150 Celsius should be fine, and that the coals are creating an constant heat. Place the meat onto the grill, making sure that your coals - the heating source - are not directly below the pork at the beginning.
  4. *Keep the extra marinade left over in our bowl (or plastic bag) and reduce it in a small sauce pan to thicken the sauce to use at the end of the barbecuing process.
  5. After about 20-30 minutes on the grill (depending on how your barbecue is behaving) flip the meat to the other side for 5 more minutes.
  6. Finally, place the strips of pork directly over the heat source and gently paint some of the marinade reduction onto the outside of the pork to give it the final beautiful golden color.
Recipe Notes

Bon Profit!

Finished Pork loin with Chinese marinade by Chef Josh Weitzer

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