My entire home smelled amazing when this was in the oven! Forget ordering Chinese!

Embarking on a culinary adventure can often lead us to the discovery of unexpected treasures, much like the day I stumbled upon the savory-sweet delight known as Char Siu. This traditional Cantonese dish transforms pork into a succulent masterpiece, balancing flavors in a way that might seem worlds apart from the familiar meatloaf or pot roast, yet it holds a comforting charm all its own.

Imagine serving a pork tenderloin so beautifully marinated and baked, it becomes the centerpiece of any gathering, offering a taste of Guangzhou or Hong Kong right from your kitchen. Pairing this baked Char Siu with garlic butter rice or jasmine rice creates a harmony of flavors, while adding stir-fried vegetables or a simple cucumber salad introduces freshness and color to your plate.

Baked Char Siu Recipe

Servings: 4 to 6

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