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Chicken Char Siu Recipe

Stir to coat well.

Chicken char siu recipe. This easy char siu chicken recipe comes from one of my favorite cookbooks of the year vietnamese food any day. The marinade for this chicken is based on the famous chinese bbq pork char siu a very popular recipe on my blog. Nguyen writes savory sweet and garlicky chinese barbecued pork called char siu in cantonese and xa xiu in vietnamese is hard to resist. Place skewers on a broiler pan coated with cooking spray.

Click here to learn how. Pour into a resealable plastic bag. Char siu grilled chicken. The first method is to marinate the pork for a day air two then stewing the pork in a wok along with the marinade under it is tender.

Cover and store the reserved marinade in the fridge as well. Thread 1 chicken strip onto each of 18 6 inch skewers reserving marinade. Cover and refrigerate overnight or at least 8 hours. Stir to mix well.

Whisk brown sugar soy sauce hoisin sauce honey garlic sriracha sauce sherry food coloring sesame oil chinese five spice powder and liquid smoke together in a bowl. If the weather permits prepare a medium charcoal fire or preheat a gas grill to medium and cook the chicken for 10 to 12 minutes basting during the last 3 minutes. Flip the chicken apply char siu sauce again on the other side and bake for another 3 minutes. Its sweet savoury sticky laced with chinese five spice.

To cook the chicken you can use a stove top grill pan as suggested in the recipe. I found two methods to make char siu at home that is as yummy as in any chinese restaurants. Then remove the excess marinade as the sauce when served. In a bowl mix all the char siu sauce ingredients together.

Recipe instructions mix together the bbq sauce by combining the brown sugar hoisin sauce shaoxing wine five spice powder pepper sesame oil garlic and red food coloring if using. Baste with reserved marinade. Char siu or chinese bbq pork is a delicious cantonese roast meat. Simple recipes for true fresh flavors by andrea nguyen.

Add chicken thighs coat with the marinade squeeze out excess air and seal the bag. Make authentic chinatown char siu at home with our restaurant quality recipe. Remove the chicken from the oven and generously apply the char siu sauce over each piece with a silicone brush and place back in the oven for another 3 minutes. You may use half of the char siu sauce to marinate the chicken and save the other half.

Broil 6 minutes or until done. Add your own touch like ginger and chilli for a kick. Preheat oven to 400 degrees f 200 degrees c. The red food colouring is optional.