The most delicious barbecue I’ve ever had was roasted with my friends in Jiuzhaigou. There was an abandoned tent and a lot of wood in an open space next to the stream in Zharugou. The trunk was put up with a simple barbed wire mesh. The stream washed the ingredients. A large piece of streaky pork was coated with sauce and placed on the barbed wire mesh for fine roasting. The ash of firewood was spread everywhere, and a lot of wood ash was thrown on the meat, At the beginning, I thought that such a crude and crazy practice must be terrible. I didn’t expect that I couldn’t stop when I ate it. It’s so delicious. It’s the most original flavor of nature! Later, I looked forward to going to barbecue again day by day. When I was ready to go again, it suddenly rained heavily, so a group of people roasted in the household electric cake pan. It must be a little inferior to the meat roasted in the field, but it is simple and easy to operate. What I do is safe and assured, and it can be seasoned according to my own taste. It’s still good!


200g streaky pork
1 tablespoon cooking wine
3 tablespoons raw soy sauce
Proper amount of salt
1 tablespoon soy sauce
3 tablespoons chili noodles
2 tablespoons of five spice powder
Half a spoonful of monosodium glutamate
2 tablespoons sesame oil
Appropriate cumin


Step 1
Cut streaky pork into large pieces. (there is no streaky pork at home, so we'll replace it with lean meat this time, but streaky pork is the best choice.) Add seasonings other than cumin and sesame oil, mix well, drop sesame oil on the surface, cover with preservative film and marinate in the refrigerator for 12 hours. Take it out and stir it again

Step 2
Wash the electric cake pan, preheat and pour in an appropriate amount of vegetable oil

Step 3
Add pieces of meat one by one and start baking. If there is adhesion, pull it out with chopsticks. After baking one side, turn it over and bake the other side

Step 4
When both sides are roasted for about eight years, sprinkle cumin on both sides and bake for another one to two minutes, depending on the firepower