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BARBECUED PORK SATE

Updated: May 31

It's been a minute since we posted a great honey infused recipe. With grilling season well underway we thought we would try out this tasty BBQ Pork Sate. Featuring fresh veggies, the other white meat and an overnight marinade infused with honey and Asian flavors. Honey is the perfect addition to your marinades and sauces, especially if you are looking to cut back on your sugar. Honey has less actual sugar in it then a tablespoon of refined sugar. Offering more sweetness and a whole new flavor profile! The pork in this recipe needs to marinade overnight or you need to prep early in the morning. Pork takes a bit longer to pick up flavors compared to chicken. Which by the way... you can substitute pork for chicken, beef or even shrimp (cook times/heat will vary)!


INGREDIENTS

1/4 cup - onion, minced

1 T - ground coriander

1/3 cup - honey

1 tsp. - salt

1/2 tsp. - black pepper

1/2 tsp. - garlic powder

1/4 tsp. - ground red pepper

3 T - fresh lemon juice

1/4 cup - soy sauce

1 1/2 lbs. - boneless, lean pork

3 - pita bread, cut in half and opened


DIRECTIONS

In a shallow bowl, or zippered gallon bag, combine all ingredients except pork and pitas.

Cut pork into 1-inch cubes. Add to marinade and mix well. Cover and refrigerate 10 to 12 hours or overnight, stirring several times.

Thread meat onto 6 skewers and grill over medium coals (or medium on propane), turning once. Cook 4 minutes per side, or until fully cooked.

Serve hot in pita bread.


TIP

Chopped onion, tomatoes, shredded lettuce, crushed pineapple and/or sesame seeds may be used as additional pita fillings. *Adapted from the National Honey Board

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