Pork Barbecue Sauce (enough for 4-5lbs or 2.2 kgs of meat)
½cupsweet chili sauceor more ketchup
1teaspoonground black pepper
Combine all the ingredients in a large bowl and mix very well. Transfer to a container and refrigerate until ready to use. Can be kept in the fridge for a week.
For the barbecue:
Thinly sliced pork shoulder or pork belly (up to 5 pounds)sliced like bacon
¼cupof canola oil mixed with ½ cup barbecue saucefor basting**
Wooden skewerssoaked in water for 1 hour
Thin strips of foilto cover the exposed skewer sticks
Baking sheet lined with foil and topped with rack that’s been brushed with oilI used 12x18 pan with 1 inch border
Marinate the meat in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours or overnight. Thread the pork slices on the skewer, making sure to leave about 2 - 2 ½ inches of the stick exposed and cover the top of the skewer completely with meat to avoid burning. Once done, cover each exposed stick with foil and place on top of the greased rack and arrange side by side.*
Preheat the oven to 400F and position the oven rack in the middle. Brush the skewered pork with the sauce used for marinating. Roast for 20minutes. Remove pan from the oven and flip each skewer. Brush this side with the new sauce that’s been combined with oil.** Put back in the oven and roast for another 15 minutes.
Remove from the oven again and flip. Baste with the remaining sauce or make more if needed. Transfer the oven rack one slot up or third position from the top and switch oven setting to BROIL. Broil for 3-5 minutes on each side, making sure the oven door is slightly open. Keep an eye on it as it burns quickly. Brush or spray a little bit more oil to speed up browning.
Serve with spiced vinegar** (see notes)
*I was able to fit 20 skewers, facing each other using a 12x 18 inch baking pan with sides.**To make spiced vinegar, combine ½ cup vinegar, 2 chopped garlic, chopped red chilli or chili flakes (optional) and season with salt and cracked black pepper.***The sauce is good for 4-5 lbs of meat, depending on how “saucy” you want it. I usually use about 1 ¼- 1 ½ cups sauce for every 2.2 lbs (1 kg) of meat.
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