Create a delicious fakeaway meal in your own home with this amazing Chinese Pork. Great served with egg fried rice and stir fried vegetables.
I have been making this Chinese Pork for years. I love the flavour of Hoisin sauce and with the other ingredients it adds a delicious taste to the dish.
One of my go to dishes when I fancy takeout but do not want to use up lots of calories.
I do recommend marinating the pork overnight. If you can't marinade overnight, it needs a least a 4 hours for the flavour of the sauce to really be absorbed into the pork.
For the sauce to get that glaze, I have use both honey or brown sugar in the past for this dish and both work fine, you want the sauce to become syrupy towards the end of cooking time so that it glazes the pork beautifully.
As for sides it is entirely up to you. I tend to pair it with my egg fried rice (which can and some sautéed mushrooms, onion and julienned carrot or when I want a lower carb side to reduce the calories in the meal I will opt for this egg fried cauliflower rice instead.
This can also be made gluten free if you use tamari (a gluten free soy sauce) and a gluten free Hoisin Sauce like this Sweet Mandarin Hoisin Sauce
Once you serve up this Chinese Pork meal, Your whole family will never want take out again.
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Create a delicious fakeaway meal in your own home with this amazing Chinese Pork.
- 4 small boneless pork loin chops (approx 500g/17.5oz), all visible fat removed
- 2 tablespoons of hoisin sauce
- 2 tablespoon of dark soy sauce
- 2 tablespoons of light soy sauce
- ¼ teaspoon of Chinese five spice
- 2 teaspoon of honey or brown sugar
- ¼ teaspoon of pepper
- optional: sliced spring onion
- spray oil
- In a small bowl mix together the hoisin sauce, soy sauce, five spice and honey
- Add the pork loins to a shallow dish, pour over the marinade and refrigerate for approx 4 hours (overnight if possible)
- Preheat oven to 180c fan, 200c or 400f (gas mark 6)
- Season the pork with pepper and spray over the top with a little spray oil, bake the pork loins in the oven for approx 25-30 mins turning a couple of times through cooking and basting with the sauce until the pork is cooked through and they are nice and caramelized from the sauce.
- Slice and serve with your choice of sides.
- Optional: sprinkle with chopped spring onions.
- I like to serve with my egg fried rice and some stir fried vegetables
Please see below for full nutritional info and additional details about recipe:
- WW Points - 7 per serving
- Dairy Free Friendly
- Gluten Free - use a gluten free soy sauce and Hoisin sauce
- SUITABLE FOR FREEZING ❄️
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Nutrition InformationYield 2 Serving Size 1 SERVING
Amount Per Serving Calories 377Total Fat 9.5gSaturated Fat 3gCholesterol 161mgSodium 2047mgCarbohydrates 16.3gFiber 1gSugar 7.4gProtein 55.2g
This is absolutely gorgeous!
I made mine with a slight difference - I used the leanest cuts of pork shoulder steak I could find and trimmed all fat from them. I cut them into bite-sized pieces and marinated overnight. I then cooked them on the hob until the marinade reduced to a sticky glaze. I served with home made fried rice.
The result was by far the best recipe for chinese food that I have ever come across - thank you very much!!
Michelle Seidemann says
This is so delicious! My family love it. I put the pork and marinade together in a ziplock bag and stick it in the freezer then I can just defrost and cook when we feel like it and it's already marinated. Tried to give it 5 stars but it would only let me do 4.
Shevy (Slimming Eats) says
so glad it was a hit with your family Michelle 🙂
By far the best Chinese Slimming World recipe I have tried.
Made this at the weekend...all I can say is wow
Rita Nichols says
A brilliant recipe! The marinade is great and I have also slow cooked a pork fillet in this marinade and used it as an amazing pulled pork recipe. Awsome!
Shevy (Slimming Eats) says
So glad to see you enjoying so many recipes Rita. Thanks for taking the time to come and leave comments. It is really appreciated.
Amy Sutherland says
This looks amazing!! your blog has given me so many food ideas and recipes that I can not wait to try, especially this dish on a Friday night!
Karen D says
Delicious! Even my super fussy husband enjoyed it. I need it with chicken rather than pork, and marinated it overnight as suggested. I will be making this again.
Thank you for taking the time to create delicious recipes.
This was amazing! Will definitely be making this again. Thank you
Recipe states pork loin. Is this chop style or tenderloin joint ?
Shevy (Slimming Eats) says
these are chops style (but with no bone)
I made this for dinner tonight with the egg fried rice. It was delicious, smelt, looked and tasted like a dish from a Chinese takeaway. A new favourite in our house. Thank you.