• Sean Bardwell

Orange BbQ Chicken & Korean inspired Pork with Orange BbQ

This Orange BbQ sauce is so simple yet is a great way to make an incredibly flavorful meal!


I'm going to share the recipe for the sauce, give you two ways that I used it and then it's all yours to play with.




Orange BbQ Sauce


1/2 cup orange marmalade

1/2 cup BBQ sauce (I use my KC BbQ)

2 TBL soy sauce


Mix all ingredients in a medium sized mixing bowl using a whisk. For best results, refrigerate overnight before using.


Yup, that's it. Three ingredients.

I simply cubed some chicken, cooked it in a frying pan, roasted some broccoli and made some white rice. Then I put it all together in a bowl and topped with the Orange BbQ Sauce.





Korean inspired Pork with Orange BbQ Sauce


For this one I used a marinade, dry rub and smoked my pork. You could also use this on chicken...not sure how the flavors would work with beef but I'm always up for experimenting!



Marinade


1/4 cup soy sauce

2 TBL sesame oil

1 TBL rice vinegar

1 TBL sake


Mix all ingredients in a medium bowl.


If you don't have sake you can use another TBL of rice vinegar. I marinated my pork in this overnight.










Rub


1 TBL brown sugar

1 tsp soy sauce powder

1 tsp onion powder

1/2 tsp black garlic powder

1/2 tsp kosher salt

1/4 tsp powdered ginger

1/4 tsp gochugaru


Mix all ingredients in a medium bowl.


I seasoned my pork with this before smoking it. I got the soy sauce powder and black garlic powder on Amazon. Feel free to omit the soy sauce powder and use regular garlic powder if you don't want to purchase these ingredients.


If you don't want to smoke your tenderloin bake in a preheated oven at 400 for 18-20 minutes until you reach an internal temperature of 145. If you do smoke it, smoke at 225 until you reach an internal temperature of 145.


For the broccoli I cut an orange pepper into thin strips then tossed it all together in a medium bowl with some of the rub and about a TBL of olive oil. The broccoli also gets roasted at 400 for about 15-20 minutes.


I again served it with white rice, thin sliced the pork and used some Orange BbQ Sauce.





"Eat this & B well"
















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