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AirBBQ Chicken Char Siu

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Making AirBBq Char Siu for tonight's dinner. My darling husband loves Char Siu but he's always keep wondering does the restaurant use pure honey to glaze the meat, which I for sure cannot guarantee it will be pure honey since there is a cheaper alternative that taste the same as honey..LOL!

With this home-cooked AirBBQ Char Siu, I can give him a guarantee that this meat was glazed with PURE HONEY!


Next time I shall try it with pork meat and Dable suggested to use the "pork butt" (豬柳梅肉). I have no idea how to say it to the butcher *LOL* as I don't know how to read the Chinese words.

By the way, this wonderful recipe was shared by Dable on her "I Love Philips Airfryer" facebook page. This recipe is definitely a keeper because it is so easy to AirBBQ Char Siu using the Philips Airfryer.
AirBBQ Chicken Char Siu

3 Chicken Breast Halves (remove skin and bones)
4 tbsp Char Siu Paste
Honey

Directions: 

  • Marinate the meat with Char Siu Paste for 2 hours or more. 
  • Preheat the AirFryer at 200°C.
  • Place the meat on the grill pan and let AirBBQ for 10 minutes, then turn the meat over and continue to AirBBQ for another 10 minutes.
     
  • Brush the meat with honey and continue for additional 2 minutes. 
     
  • Slice it and serve!

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7 comments

  1. Any problem to wash the grill pan?

    Thk u.

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    1. Hello Hei,
      No problem with washing the grill pan because it is a non-stick pan. I just soaked the pan for like 10 minutes and all the sticky bits come off when wiped using a sponge.
      Samantha

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    2. Tk u so much ! I just ordered on line :-)

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  2. That chicken looks great - the airfryer does such an incredible job of cooking chicken! Your air fryer recipes are really good... have cooked a couple of your cakes and your chicken recipes are great as well - thanks.

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  3. Loving all the flavours and spices going on in that chicken marinade..
    definitely looks delicious and something I would LOVE to eat.
    Thanks for sharing this recipe. John Ramos

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