Original recipe yields 10 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Great marinade, pork was juicy and flavorful. I didn't make the kabobs, but grilled a whole pork tender loin, cut into about four pieces. Took about twice as long to cook.
Made this in an oven since we don't have a grill but still came out well! Smelled SO good in the oven. Sweet and savory flavor :)
This is FANTASTIC. My husband says it's the best pork he's ever had, and I'm inclined to agree. Subbed brown sugar Splenda for the sugar. I used boneless country style pork ribs and trimmed t...
This was incredible! It made enough to share with a neighbor and her family too and we both agreed that the flavor was strong throughout, even after only a 4-hour marinade.
Followed directions - wouldn't change a thing other than marinating overnight. 1.5 hrs was all the time I had & they were DELICIOUS. Even my 9-yr old non-meat-a-souris loved them and ate 2 whol...
Easy to make & very tasty. My Filipina wife loved them as it was a taste of baboy BBQ just like the street vendors back home sell.
Wonderful recipe! Of all the times I've made kabobs, I've never tried them with pork. We've been missin' out! I marinated overnight, using the recipe with 3/4 c. sugar rather than a full cup....
these are unbelievable and so easy !!! i used b. sugar instead of white and a red onion excellent recipe !!! delicious and tender
Loved the marinade. I used pork tenderloin and wrapped each piece in 1/2 piece of bacon before putting it on skewer. Yum!