Monday, August 19, 2013

Pork Barbecue Marinade

My friends love my pork barbecue. They said it's very tasty and delicious. Now, I'm sharing with you my marinade recipe.

Check it out and hope you'll like it too. 



Pork Barbecue
Barbecue Marinade Ingredients:

For 1 - 2 kg of pork belly, pork picnic (kasim), or pork ham

1 cup Mama Sita's BBQ Marinade (or 1 Cup of Sprite)
6 tablespoons UFC Banana Ketchup (or 4 tbsp of Tomato Ketchup)
4 tablespoons Soy Sauce
2 tablespoons HP Sauce (Brown Sauce from Heinz- see picture below)
4 teaspoons Kalamansi Juice or Lemon Juice
4 tablespoons Honey Syrup
10 cloves garlic
2 medium sized onion
1 teaspoon salt (adjust based on your taste)
1 teaspoon pepper  (adjust based on your taste)

Procedure:

Just mix all the ingredients and marinate the pork pieces at least 2 hours. You'll achieve more tastier barbecue if pork is marinated for over 2 hours though. 



This is the HP Sauce I used in this marinade recipe. Hope you can get one in your local shop. 

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7 comments:

  1. Len, ask lang ako... ano yong HP sauce? gagayahin kong recipe mo...thanks for sharing. hehe

    doon na lang ang reply as FBF ABH thread.. salamat hehe

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  2. This is the kind of BBQ that I like the most.

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  3. I also use Mama Sita's BBQ Marinade for my pork bbq and bbq ribs. I add Sprite, pepper, and garlic then marinate overnight. Honey is a bit expensive here though so I just use sugar to sweeten the sauce.

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  4. Anu po yung hp sauce?? Hope younreply...thanks..

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  5. Hi Arlene. Thanks for dropping by. HP Sauce is a brown sauce from Heinz Company. If you can't find one, it's absolutely fine. The marinade still taste good without it.

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  6. Hp easily available here but not so mama sitas. Where would i get it in Australia? Would this marinade taste good with chicken? We don't eat pork.

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  7. Thanks for visiting my site.

    You can check Mama Sita in some Asian store near you that sells Filipino goods. If and so you can't find one just use Sprite or 7-up as a replacement.

    This marinade tastes good in chicken as well. Marinate the meat for more than two hours, preferably overnight for more tasty dish.

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