Asian pork rub
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Smoked Pork Tenderloin with Asian Rub Recipe
Chinese pork recipes - BBC Good Food
When smoking large cuts of pork you want to maximize the flavor. This means working the rub —as much as the piece of pork will hold—into the meat. You can also add a tablespoon of the rub to a cup of apple juice and spray it onto the meat while it is smoking. Salt, sugar, and spice are the foundations of the perfect pork rub. This quick and easy Carolina-style rub has the perfect proportions to give you the right level of salt for the sweet and the heat to make the most of you smoked pork.
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Asian Glazed Five Spice Pork Tenderloin
SmokedBBQSource is supported by its readers. We may earn an affiliate commission at no extra cost to you i f you buy through a link on this page. Learn more. Got your technique down when it comes to cooking pulled pork and ribs?
Lacquered with a tangy, garlicky hoisin glaze that's spiked with fragrant Chinese five-spice, these ribs are impressive without being burdensome: There's no grilling or marinating—just two hours in the oven followed by a quick broil. Make them for your end-of-summer barbecue, but be sure to provide plenty of napkins and maybe a plate of crunchy, bright vegetables for some refreshment. Louis-style pork ribs are flatter and fattier not to the mention less expensive than baby back ribs, which means that they'll brown more easily. The weight of a rack of can vary greatly, so you'll need to adjust the salt accordingly: As a general rule of thumb, use 1 tsp.