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Woolworths shopper shares two-ingredient recipe for restaurant-style Chinese barbecue pork

Home cook shares her two-ingredient recipe for restaurant-style barbecue pork – and it’s ready in less than 30 minutes

  • An Australian home cook has revealed her simple Chinese barbecue pork recipe
  • Online Joyce said she bought pork shoulder and a $4.50 Char Siu Sauce
  • She marinated the meat in the sauce overnight to develop the flavour 
  • The pork was then cooked in her Kmart air fryer at 180 degrees for 12 minutes  

A home cook has revealed her quick and easy two-ingredient recipe for a restaurant-style barbecue pork.

Joyce said she marinated the pork shoulder in a $4.50 sauce, in which she purchased from Woolworths, before cooking it in her air fryer.

‘I used just over a kilo of boneless pork shoulder cut into two long portions and marinated in five tablespoons of ‘Char Siu Sauce’ (‘Lee Kum kee’ brand) overnight,’ she wrote in a popular Australian Facebook group.

‘Super easy! Then next day into my 5.3L air fryer for 12 mins each side at 180 degrees Celsius and basted it with additional one teaspoon of same sauce for extra flavour! 

On Facebook home cook Joyce revealed she marinated one kilogram worth of pork shoulder in Char Siu Sauce for five hours before cooking 

The end result looked golden and mouth-watering with a perfect crispy outer layer and soft centre.

Joyce confirmed the dish ‘tasted amazing’ and will likely be made again as it’s a simple meal to prepare.

Other home cooks who have previously tried the sauce agree and described it as a ‘game changer’.

The end result looked golden and mouth-watering with a perfect crispy outer layer and soft centre

THe Lee Kum Kee sauce can be purchased for $4.50 from Woolworths

The end result looked golden and mouth-watering with a perfect crispy outer layer and soft centre

‘The sauce is the secret weapon, never fails!’ one person wrote.

‘I did chicken wings in the same sauce last week – was amazing!’ another added.

A third said: ‘This sauce is amazing. I did it on duck in the air fryer the other night.’

Other popular Lee Kum Kee condiments available include hoisin sauce, sweet and sour sauce and hot and spicy. 

How to make Chinese barbecue pork in an air fryer 

Ingredients

1kg boneless pork shoulder

5 tablespoons Lee Kum Kee Char Siu Sauce 

Method

Cut pork into two equal portions and place in a bowl

Pour in char sui sauce and stir to combine

Leave overnight to marinade

When you’re reading to cook, place in air fryer and baste with extra tablespoon of char sui sauce

Cooke for 12 minutes on each side at 180 degrees Celsius

Source: Share Kmart Air Fryer Recipes Australia/Facebook

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