Jun 12, 2017 · The marinade for this chicken is based on the famous Chinese BBQ Pork (Char Siu), a very popular recipe on my blog! It’s sweet, savoury, sticky, laced with Chinese Five Spice. Add your own touch like ginger and chilli for a kick! The red food colouring is optional – it gives the chicken the reddish tinge that Char Siu is known for. Nov 01, 2020 · Best pork for Char Siu. I finally managed to get a Chinese barbecue shop to tell me what cut of meat they use. Pork scotch fillet!! Also known as Pork Neck, Pork Collar or Pork Neck Collar, this is an excellent cut of pork which is ideal for both quick cooking (such as pan seared pork chops) and slow cooking (such as this Slow Roasted Brown Sugar Garlic Butter Pork). Sep 19, 2017 · Alternatively, you could buy char siu (Chinese barbequed pork) from a Chinese shop but the taste of pork slices will be quite different as char siu is very sweet. 4. I like the egg yolk to be slightly runny but it is up to you. I also marinate boiled eggs after making yakibuta so that the outside of the eggs have brown colour and soy sauce flavour.