Char siu, Chinese BBQ pork belly

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    Posted: 20 Sep 2021 at 3:24pm
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New day, lets cook and gain some more weight, lol


 














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Mmmmmmmm, that looks good.

I'm doing a bone out pork shoulder tomorrow.
Already in the fridge with a new rub I made up.
Plan to smoke for 3 hours then cook and baste with a sweet apple based mop for another 4.
I'll take some picks as I go.
Just cruising in my now sweetas pimped out Southern 755 HT0!
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RockCrashing... you use a rice ball to cook the rice  Thumbs Up

Looks so good..
 Nice pic of ingredients..
Looks just like part  the wifes shelf above her work bench.. recognise all that....
 Dark Cane sugar.. yeah way to go.. my got to for marinate and smoking fish etc.

The veggies.. its not just the meat , flavouring but balance and texture with the rest the meal... What are the veggies how done?

I leave all the non fish flavouring to the wife... being and ex deli manager of many yrs, and far better understanding and palette  of what flavours go with what when how than myself.
 Had venison back steak last night and a hock for supper.
 Home kill beef casserole night before and heated on toast for breakfast yesterday.

Think it maybe fresh minced venison meat balls this evening.
De frosting the meat , then freshly minced is so much nicer than minced and frozen, regardless of the meat type.

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Just put into smoker at 9 am this morning.
Will be apple smoked for 3 hours and kept at 250f for as long as it takes, probably 8 -12 hours.
Just cruising in my now sweetas pimped out Southern 755 HT0!
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That looks mean RC
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Originally posted by Steps Steps wrote:

 What are the veggies how done?


Just noticed you question.

For most of the time with this dish I do very quick steam vegetables.  
Do you wife cooks this vege?
Steam for3.5min bring small amount of your favourite oil to high temp add finely chop garlic and poor over steam vegetables.
Add tablespoon of oyster sauce...
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Might I suggest adding just a teaspoon of sesame oil.

Steam them up, add the oyster sauce and the sesame oil and serve as a side.

I also like what you have done with the fragrant garlic oil, but it can be a bit overpowering if you have delicate or very young greens.

Totally personal choice, but thought you might be interested.

What is fantastic is pouring blazing hot peanut oil over steamed whole fish.



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