I have greater plans next week and one of them is to pack this Pork barbecue for my husband 's camping trip next weekend. Ideally, the family will camp together, but he is in Oregon right now, so I am just showing him how to make Chinese Pork BBQ to add on his carry on camping back pack. This will be his base protein during the trip. He will add it to his noodles or simply just eat it by itself.
I made this Chinese Pork Barbecue ahead of time and froze it.In fact, I have tons of frozen Chinese Pork Barbecue in the freezer right now as a backup whenever we need hot soup or spring rolls. This is also perfect to pack for the hubby's camping trip so that he doesn't need to worry about stale food in his camping food container. And since he will be up in the mountain, he will just have to seal it real good and let the cool night preserve this pork barbecue. Luckily, there are no bear sightings in Oregon, so he will be fine doing this. He will bring some noodles, eggs and sardines for easy carry.
What is nice about this Chinese BBQ/ Char Siu recipe is that the I made it with the most familiar ingredients. In fact this is CHinese Pork BBQ is only made of 3 Ingredients. Probably they are present in your pantry, but still taste like an authentic Chinese Pork Barbecue. There is a hint of sweetness, there is a bite of saltiness. If you have trouble getting any of this ingredients and want to make this Chinese Pork Barbecue, you can check this post: Char Siu-Chinese Pork Recipe and you can use it as a filling for your Steamed Buns .And tune in for recipes using this very simple Chinese Pork Barbecue/Char Siu recipe. LOOK FORWARD FOR SOME POST USING THIS RECIPE... I GOT FIVE OF THEM.COMING SOON!!!!
I used Pork Butts in this recipe for easy slicing and I marinated it overnight in the fridge. Then when I got the chance, or should I say a bit of spare time before work, I baked it for 45 minutes or until cooked through and let it cool. I then packed it individually in a big zip loc bag.