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roger desmond

Noh's Hawaiian Products

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A friend from Hawaii just sent me an assortment of Noh seasonings, including Char Siu sauce. Ingredients are sugar,powdered soy sauce and spices. You add water to the envelope's powder. My question: If I use this as a marinade for pork ribs, will they burn up on a hot grill because of all the sugar? Has anyone tried these products?

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never tried them but you always run the risk of burning food on the grill when sugar is involved unless it's over indirect heat.

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A little char on char siu is a good thing!

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I just did pork in the Lee Kum Kee paste marinade and I heat ted up the the grill then brought the temp all the way down and turned the meat alot. Once in a while I would get that burnt sugar smell but they came out perfect....

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tracey

I grilled some pineapple with it too


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