Char Siu BBQ Pork4.0/5 (BASED ON 1475 reviews)
This Cantonese inspired concept will have you adding a new dish to your repertoire with ease – you just need to add 4 fridge and food cupboard staples to this one to take your cooking to the next level.Char siu - literally translates as "roast pork" and is one of the most popular Cantonese dishes, and very common in Cantonese homes and cafes. The sweet, sticky and savoury roasted pork strips are almost always served with rice and often with some steamed pak choi on the side. We've put a twist our pak choi by sauteeing it in a sweet soy and red miso sauce which will really make you want to eat your greens!
Cook our delicious Char Siu BBQ Pork in just Minutes
We’ve sourced and blended all of the unique flavour ingredients to make our authentic Char Siu BBQ Pork. We bring these all together in a recipe kit, which consists of 3 flavour pots; a Hoi Sin Sauce pot, a Black Bean Paste pot and a Soy & Red Miso Sauce pot. Simply follow our recipe, adding a few items from your fridge, to cook this delicious Char Siu BBQ Pork in just 25 minutes.
How Our Recipes Kits Work
We provide flavour ingredients:
- Hoi Sin Sauce
- Black Bean Paste
- Soy & Red Miso Sauce
Your shopping list:
- pork fillet
- spring onions
- Pak Choi
- Basmati rice
- garlic cloves(optional)
Our 25 minute recipe
Marinate the pork
Preheat the oven to 200C/180C fan/gas 6.
Use a knife to make 4 or 5 shallow slashes along the pork fillet to help it cook evenly.
Mix the HOI SIN SAUCE and the BLACK BEAN PASTE together in a bowl and marinate the pork in the mixture, getting it right into the cuts, then put on a tray and cook in the oven for 20 mins.
Meanwhile, make some rice
Cook the rice as per packet instructions.
Fry the veg
About 5 mins before the rice and pork are ready, heat a little oil in a frying pan over medium heat and fry the garlic (if having) for 30 secs.
Add most of the spring onions (keep some back for garnish) and the pak choi and stir fry for 3-4 mins.
Take the pan off the heat and stir through the SOY & RED MISO SAUCE.
Slice the pork into wide slices, then serve with the rice and veg and sprinkle with some spring onions.
Char Siu BBQ Pork Reviews
BASED ON 1475 reviews
Jacqueline - Feb 14, 2019
Flavoursome but to dry.
Stacy - Feb 12, 2019
Was good flavours but quiet dry and rice could of been left out.
Leanne - Feb 12, 2019
Tasted okay, but dish was very dry overall.
Nicola - Feb 09, 2019
Absolutely gorgeous ????
Rachel - Feb 07, 2019
Enjoyed this one, used a flavoured microwave rice as I think boiled rice would have been a bit plain with this.
Sarah - Feb 02, 2019
I found the flavour too strong, not to my taste
hannah - Jan 30, 2019
Nice felt healthy but still good
Emma - Jan 28, 2019
The pork was lovely but the rice was very plain and not enough cooking juices from the pork to use as sauce. I put some soy sauce, sweet chilli dipping sauce and sesame oil through the rice, sprinkled everything with toasted sesame seeds and it was delicious.
Karen - Jan 26, 2019
Excellent great flavours.
Marian - Jan 25, 2019
Dom loved it
Jan - Jan 22, 2019
Loved it - with definitely add it to our favourites
Andrea - Jan 22, 2019
Really easy to make and really tasty
Tina - Jan 22, 2019
Unexciting. Just doesn't have the lovely flavours I've become used to from simply Cook.
Nadia - Jan 21, 2019
Very tasty! The garlic is well worth adding in the pak choi and I used coconut and chilli rice which went really well with this!
Kelly - Jan 20, 2019
Very tasty but a little dry. Needs more of a sauce.
Kirsty - Jan 15, 2019
I enjoyed this, hubby didn’t. Enjoyable but could do with a bit more flavour
Julie - Jan 14, 2019
It was ok but rice was tasteless
Denise - Jan 13, 2019
Repeat order, love it.
Angelina - Jan 13, 2019
The pork was tasty with the pak Choi, rice was a bit bland though
Clare - Jan 09, 2019
The sauces smelt lovely but didn't taste of anything on the pork and couldn't taste anything in the veg. Very disappointing.
Charis - Jan 08, 2019
The marinade for the pork was too salty, I preferred the sauce for the veg. The meal was quite dry.
Melissa - Jan 06, 2019
Super delish with tons of flavours
Kathryn - Jan 03, 2019
Keren - Jan 03, 2019
The pork was yummy but I found the Pak choi a little bland.
Rachael - Dec 31, 2018
The pork was nice. I think it benefited from resting for a few minutes as lots of lovely juices afterwards. I’m not sure the sauce for the pak Choi was necessary I think garlic and ginger would be enough.
Denise - Dec 20, 2018
Delicious and so easy. I’m not a fan of pork but thus tenderloin comes out really tender.
Dean - Dec 19, 2018
Delicious. I would add an optional extra of cashew nuts to the pak Choi for extra crunch
Branwen - Dec 12, 2018
leeann - Dec 07, 2018
I dont eat pork
Sharon - Dec 05, 2018
Not one I would choose again
Sam - Dec 03, 2018
Pork seasoning was very nice but the veg one was a bit bland.
Chris - Nov 29, 2018
Quite nice, too dry.
Jane - Nov 28, 2018
DELICIOUS - will be ordering again as everybody loved it
Rebecca - Nov 25, 2018
Really nice flavours, would cook this again
Maria - Nov 24, 2018
Beautiful flavours for a Sunday roast alternative, could've come from a restaurant kitchen.
David - Nov 22, 2018
Very tasty will get again
Hayley - Nov 20, 2018
That was a really lovely dinner x
Tracy - Nov 20, 2018
Charlotte - Nov 17, 2018
I eat Char Siu BBQ Pork when I go to China Town and this wasn’t anywhere close so was rather disappointed. I cannot stand black bean and wish I would of read the recipe before adding it to my box as I wouldn’t of passed. Would be happy to try again if the recipe was changed as Char Siu BBQ Park is a favourite of mine. This is the first time I’ve been disappointed from any recipes so far.
Hannah - Nov 15, 2018
This dish isn’t very saucy but it’s nice, very enjoyable.
Darren - Nov 15, 2018
The pork and the pak choi was to die for, maybe more sauce required for the pak Choi. Wasn’t over keen with having rice with the dish seemed very bland.
Vicki - Nov 15, 2018
Caroline - Nov 13, 2018
I like more sauce so this wasn’t for me.
Graeme - Nov 11, 2018
Very bland, very tasteless, very watery. This was a bit of a disappointment but it’s cool I’ll just stick to the Vietnamese Pork fillet, which is amazingly good, from now on
Kathryn - Nov 10, 2018
After reading the reviews about the pork being dry I did mine in the slow cooker. Ended up a bit like pulled pork but was quite nice. Overall an ok dish but don't think I'd order again
Gillian - Nov 07, 2018
Lovely marinade to this pork dish. Tasty pal choi too
Samantha - Nov 06, 2018
One of my favourites! ????
Catherine - Nov 03, 2018
Pork was tasty, rice was a bit bland.
Jane - Nov 02, 2018
Was ok the rice could have done with a stock.
Plum - Oct 31, 2018
Disappointing but we all enjoyed it. Found it quite bland and unauthentic.