Air Fryer Char Siu Pork (Chinese BBQ Roast Pork)
Air Fryer Char Siu Pork (Chinese BBQ Roast Pork)
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Char siu is a sticky, glistening and succulent roast pork dish from the Cantonese cuisine that contains irresistible flavors and is commonly served over white rice.

INGREDIENTS

FOR MARINATING

FOR COOKING

DIRECTIONS

  1. After trimming any visible fat (optional), cut the pork butt/pork shoulder into app. 2 inch thick pieces (I usually cut 4 pieces out of a 3lb whole pork butt/pork shoulder)
  2. Pour the char siu sauce into a gallon-sized Ziploc bag (use more bags if necessary).
  3. Place the pork butt/pork shoulder pieces into the Ziploc bag, thoroughly combining the sauce with the meat and allow to marinate in the fridge overnight (or at least 8 hours).
  4. Place the marinated pork in your air fryer basket, making sure not to overcrowd the meat (I typically cook 2 pieces at a time).
  5. Baste the top of each pork with 1-2 tsp of char siu sauce (or to taste). Spray some cooking oil on the pork, then air fry at 400°F for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, flip the pork over and repeat this step. (Note that you may need to adjust the time based on the size and thickness of your pork. You may remove your basket after 7-8 minutes each side to test the doneness of the pork and avoid overcooking.)
  6. Baste the top of each pork with 1-2 tsp of honey then air fry at 400°F for 2 minutes. Flip the pork over and repeat this step.
  7. Remove char siu from basket immediately and allow to rest for a few minutes, then slice it into pieces and serve over white rice. Enjoy!

 

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