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Singapore Asian Marinade

This Asian Marinade recipe is our own interpretation of the flavours, aromas and colours of the Malay and Chinese streets of Singapore.

Over the years we have become very satisfied with this Oriental marinade and we use it to give a fine Eastern touch to all kinds of meat such as spare ribs, pork cutlets, lamb chops, chicken, beef cuts, you name it!

The first time that we had our late friend Cornelius over for dinner, we had Singapore BBQ spareribs on the menu. No matter what we ever smoked after that, Cornelius would always be talking about those first Singapore spare ribs - made with this exotic barbecue marinade!


Photo of Singapore Spareribs on the barbecue grill. These honey glazed barbecue spareribs were first marinated in Hot Smoke BBQ's Singapore Marinade, and during the last hour of smoking they received a liberal covering of our Singapore Glazing.



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Singapore Marinade Ingredients


For this barbecue marinade recipe we use the following ingredients:


8 tablespoons
2 tablespoons
2 tablespoons
1
2
6 cloves
2 inches
Soy Sauce (salted)
Cooking Oil
Brown Sugar (packed)
Lime *)
Red Chile Peppers
Garlic
Ginger Root


*) For clarity, by "lime" we mean that round green type of lemon. (if you can't get limes, use a lemon instead.)


Picture of ingredients of Hot Smoke BBQ Singapore Marinade. The ingredients of Hot Smoke BBQ's Singapore Marinade:
Soy Sauce, Cooking Oil, Garlic, Red Chiles, Ginger, Lime and Brown Sugar.
(The honey is for glazing the meat during smoking)

The quantities above will yield enough marinade for 4 to 6 pounds of meat.



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Singapore Marinade Preparation


Preparation of this Malay Chinese Singapore Marinade is as follows:


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Mix soy sauce, cooking oil and sugar together in a bowl;

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Squeeze the lime, add to the mix;

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Wash chiles, remove seeds and white inner linings, cut crosswise in narrow strips, add to mix;

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Peel a thick piece of fresh ginger root of about 2" long, cut crosswise in very thin slices, add to mix;

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Clean the garlic, cut into thin slices, add to mix;

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Mix marinade vigorously until sugar has fully dissolved;


Marinate the meat for at least one hour in the refrigerator (a whole night is better!)


Photo of baby back ribs in Hot Smoke BBQ's Singapore Marinade. Baby back ribs in Hot Smoke BBQ's Singapore Marinade.


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The Pitboss Suggests:

Singapore Spareribs

Foto van Singapore Glazuur op spareribs door Blue Smoke BBQ. The Singapore Spare Ribs recipe that we use here at Blue Smoke BBQ is our own interpretation of the flavours and aromas of the Malay and Chinese streets of Singapore.

Singapore Glazing

Photo of Singapore Glazing on spare ribs by Blue Smoke BBQ. After brushing a couple of times with this Singapore Glazing Sauce your barbecue chicken, grilled lamp chops or hot smoked pork will have a beautiful deep shiny skin.

Malaysian Rice with Ginger, Garlic and Shallots

Photo of Malaysian Rice with Garlic, Ginger and Shallots - by Blue Smoke BBQ. This Malaysian Rice Dish is a wonderful companion for your Asian barbecue like grilled satay or roasted Oriental chicken.


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Barbeque Technology...

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At Hot Smoke BBQ we love Chile Peppers!




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