8 Reviews

I tried this tonight when I found myself with a pork loin and nothing to do with it. It was very easy and very delicious! Even my two year old loved it. I had everything on hand to make it except the five-spice and I added a bit of chili sauce to it. I will definitely make this again. Thanks!

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jjjjjoy August 17, 2009

The taste and aroma of this dish is GREAT! Finding this recipe here to make was my fate! I used a combination of hoisin sauce and vanilla yogurt with scallion, as wanted to do! There is NOTHING wrong with this recipe, probably would not make again, true! PLEASE don't let this review throw you so you don't try! Just read previous reviews and you will know why! :) THANKS!

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mickeydownunder June 27, 2009

This was so good! I had been wanting something like this for a while and the flavour was just like it was from a Chinese restaurant. I made it with pork loin. There are only 2 of us so I cut the meat in half but made it with the same amount of sauce so we would have sauce to spare and pour over the rice. I will be making this again for sure!

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Tea Girl March 28, 2009

Everyone loved this recipe! I used a pork tenderloin and doubled the sauce/marinade mixture. Our 6 year old absolutely loved this! Thank you one-of-thr3

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NcMysteryShopper January 19, 2009

You don't need both salt & soy sauce (and I put salt on my salt). Or both sugar & honey, and with hoisin little of either. Tomato paste/sauce: ketchup varies so widely. And one tsp of five-spice powder is good for 5 gallons of anything. Try a pinch: this stuff can take over a recipe (use the rest as potpourri). Add some oyster sauce for the dark richness of Chinese BBQ pork I'm familiar with at least. Or find another recipe.

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FlintHillsKs June 06, 2013

WOW! Wonderful combo of flavors mingled together and baked to form an amazingly delicious sauce. I used porkchops instead of porkloins mainly because I apparently can't read right. This is the second recipe tonight that I miss read. I think this wonderful sauce would be great with chicken too. We also had baked vadalia onions which we drizzled the sauce over. I think also this recipe would be amazing for pulled pork. Made for help a photoless recipe.

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AcadiaTwo March 24, 2013

Well i didnt have ginger or five spice but it still turned out to be awesome :D I used it on a de-boned shoulder of pork, marindaded it and slow roasted it. I will definitely be doing this again. Thank you!

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rasully April 28, 2011
Chinese BBQ Pork