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Chinese Ribs Recipe: Chinatown Char Siu Pork Or Ribs Marinade

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    Chinese Ribs Recipe: Chinatown Char Siu Pork Or Ribs Marinade

    These ribs were tender, and presented a pallet of delectable flavors. Thanks Meathead and AmazingRibs.

    Here is a link to the related Cooking Journal: https://www.evernote.com/l/APKGQZXIV...cEENulymeqnfYE


    Did you snap your own photos of this masterpiece? It is a yummy meal for sure. Thanks for sharing your take on it and for the Evernote.


      Husked, many times I take my own pictures, in this case, I clipped this image from the related AmazingRibs site. Thanks for asking!


        Nice write up, I love this recipe so much, always a big hit when I make it for guests.


          Asian flavors and pork go so well together. I haven't tried this particular recipe, but use others on a regular basis. It looks like I need to give these ribs a try now!


            A quick and easy Asian bbq sauce: 1/2 cup ketchup, 1/2 cup soy sauce, 1/3 cup honey, 3 minced cloves garlic, 1/2 tsp dried basil. Not comparing it to the Meathead recipe, just sayin' that it takes about 5 minutes to mix up from what you probably have on hand, and will do the trick in a pinch.


            • 3DJ
              3DJ commented
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              Thanks for this. Been trying to find a good Korean BBQ sauce and this with a little siracha sauce might be it. Been looking ever since BW3 of all places had it as a special for a month. It was an awesome sauce.


            Nick, I tried to look at the marinade recipe but it needs your permission to access. I am sure you will be getting a ping to allow it.


            • Doc Smoke J.Y.D.
              Doc Smoke J.Y.D. commented
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              Marauderer, Thanks for finding this problem. It's fixed.


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