Sticky Barbecued Pork With Asian Greens - charcoal bbq grill australia

by:Longzhao BBQ     2020-05-03
Sticky Barbecued Pork With Asian Greens  -  charcoal bbq grill australia
This recipe offers a first peek from the upcoming recipe by Australian writer Donna Hay for fast, and she continues to set the rhythm for modern food photography and simple recipes.Where a typical glazed main course may be paired with an undecorated side dish, Hay places choy sum in a separate garlic paste with oysters and soy sauce ---and it works.As long as you have good ventilation or large windows in the kitchen, you can do the same on the grill on the top of the stove.You need an instant.Read the thermometer for meat.Where to buy: Choy sum is a tender Asian green plant that offers more stems than leaves, and stems are what you eat here.This vegetable is available in supermarkets in Asia, where it is sometimes sold as Yushi vegetables.Broccoli is a good alternative.Prepare the grill to heat directly.Preheat to medium temperature if gas grill is usedHigh (450 degrees ).If charcoal grill is used, ignite charcoal;When the coal is ready, distribute evenly under the cooking area.For a medium-Heat, you should be able to hold your hand at 6 inch above the coal for 3 or 4 seconds.Prepare a spray water bottle to tame any flame.When the grill is heated, trim off any fat visible in the silver skin and tender meat.Brush the meat with oil and put it on the grate;Cover the lid and cook for about 15 minutes and turn the tender waist occasionally to make the colors on both sides good.At the same time, stir the seafood sauce, pork sauce and black bean chili sauce together.Trim the scallions and cut the white and light into thin slices --The green part on the diagonal.Crush the garlic and cut it into thin slices.Uncover the grill;Brush the sauce mixture over the tender leaves and cook for 1 to 2 minutes until glazed.The internal temperature of the meat should reach 145 to 150 degrees in an instant.Read the thermometerTransfer the buds to the cutting board for rest.When the meat is resting, boil it at high temperature with a large pot of salt water.Trim the leaves of coriander or broccoli and cut off any hard stem ends.Cut the stem into 2-inch lengths.Water added;Cook for 4 minutes (choy sum) or 2 minutes (broccoli rabe ).Drain and transfer to the mixing bowl.Add garlic, oyster oil and soy sauce immediately and stir well.Cut the pork into thin or thick slices.Separate in separate plates, as well as plates partially dressed in green.Decorated with scallions and sesame seeds.Service is available at warm or room temperature.
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