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Soy Honey Glaze

This Soy Honey Glaze Recipe is intended for Chinese barbecue. After a few applications of this mop sauce your barbecue chicken or Cantonese pork will look nice and shining.

This Soy Honey mop sauce is especially suitable to complement the effect and taste of Cantonese Cha Siu marinade.



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Why Apply Glazing?

To illustrate the effect of a glazing on barbecue meat:

Photo of Chinese Char Siew pork shanks before mopping with Soy Honey Glazing.

Photo of Chinese Char Siew pork shanks before mopping with Soy Honey Glazing:

Photo of the same Chinese Cha Siu pork hocks after application of the first layer of Soy Honey Glazing.

Photo of the same Chinese Cha Siu pork hocks after application of the first layer of Soy Honey Glazing:

Photo of the same Chinese Cha Sui pork hocks after brushing on four to five layers of Soy Honey Glazing.

Photo of the same Chinese Cha Sui pork hocks after brushing on four to five layers of Soy Honey Glazing:




For more information on these beautiful Chinese Pork Hocks please CLICK HERE.




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Ingredients

For this Soy Honey mop sauce recipe you will need the following ingredients:

4 tablespoons
2 tablespoons
2 tablespoons
Honey
Salted Soy Sauce (like "Kikkoman")
Chinese Rice Wine (or Sherry)

The above quantities will yield about 1/2 cup of glazing sauce.



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Preparation

This Oriental mopsauce is prepared in a jiffy!

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Put honey in a bowl and heat in the microwave (like 20 seconds at 850, or 30 seconds at 600);

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Stir in the soy sauce and the rice wine until fully dissolved;

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Your mopsauce is ready!




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Mopping

Once the skin of the meat on the grill has browned to the desired colour, start mopping this Soy Honey Glazing;

Apply in layers, allowing each layer to dry and bake in the heat of your barbecue for like ten to fifteen minutes;

Keep applying layers of glazing sauce until you like the result.




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The PitBoss Suggests:


Chinese Cha Siew Pork Hocks

Chinese Cha Siew Pork Hocks We first marinated these hocks for a few hours in a Chinese Char Siew Marinade, and during smoking we applied several thick layers of our Soy Honey Glazing until these Chinese barbecue pork hocks looked bright red and shining!





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