Make a sweet and savoury version of Chinese barbequed (char siu) pork with a honey and mirin (sweet rice wine) marinade. Serve as a main dish or include in an Asian-inspired buffet.
I've marinated it for two days, it tastes nice, but nothing like Char Siu - the easiest correction Icould think of would be, add much more honey into the marinade. - 23 Jun 2013 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Didn't have anise or aji mirin, or dark soy sauce. I substituted white rice wine and normal soy sauce instead. I doubled the sauce so that the pork was completely covered in a tub and marinated for 2 days. Hubby loved it! - 18 Aug 2013 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I quadrupled the marinade to do a couple of pounds of pork tenderloin. Next time I will let it marinate for 2 days, but after one day it was very good. Thanks for sharing! - 08 Mar 2013 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)