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Pork Kabob Marinade, lookinf for something new

Lizard DraggerLizard Dragger Posts: 99
edited 4:49AM in EggHead Forum
Good morning all,

I have some thick pork loin chops that I'm going to cube and skewer for kabobs tonight. I am looking for some new marinade ideas, something other than the old standby Mojo and others we usually use. Got any good ones to try??? I am going to skewer the veggies seperately but would like to use the same marinade for both.

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  • Richard FlRichard Fl Posts: 8,238
    This might give you a change in flavor. Great with grilled pineapple.


    Here is a site that has several oriental sauces and marinades. Usually found in most oriental grocery stores. I like to do baby backs with the char sui marinade. Just use the powder like a rub.

    http://www.spiced.com/SPICED/SKU/NOH/content.htmlsiy

    Marinade, Pork, Chinese, Char Siu, QSis

    here's one I've done many times, using a recipe from Paul Kirk's book. It turns the loin into those delicious red-tipped pork slices you get on a pu-pu platter. Only better since it's cooked on a smoker. If you wanted to cook the marinade down, it will thicken.




    Ingredients
    1/2 cup sugar
    3 Tbs sweet sherry
    2 Tbs soy sauce
    1/2 cup hoisin sauce
    2 tsp minced fresh ginger
    1/2 tsp five-spice powder
    1 tsp salt
    1/2 tsp red food coloring




    Procedure
    1 Mix the sugar into the sherry and soy sauce until sugar is dissolved. Add the rest of the ingredients and blend well.
    2 Paul says he uses it mostly on pork strips and country-style ribs. He marinates those pieces for 2-4 hours. I marinate the pork loin overnight.
    3 Cook to 140 degrees internal temperature.


    Servings: 1

    Recipe Type
    Marinade

    Recipe Source
    Author: Paul Kirk, QSis

    Source: BGE Forum, QSis, 2003/12/22
  • might be too late for this one, but mario batali has a great bacon wrapped pork kabob recipe in his nascar cookbook and it looks like this

    2jan07-034.jpg
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