Total Time
55mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 45 mins

I got this recipe from Cooking Class Chinese Cookbook. This recipe tastes exactly like the pork in Chinese restaurants. My family loved it. I used it in my recipe for Pork Lo Mein. The meat was so tender and juicy. I baked mine for 45 minutes and didn't baste it at all, I was busy cooking other Chinese food.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Preheat Oven To 350.
  2. Combine soy sauce, wine, sugar, honey, food coloring, cinnamon and garlic in a large bowl.
  3. Add meat to marinade making sure it is coated with marinade.
  4. Cover and refrigerate for at least an hour, overnight is better turning meat occasionally.
  5. Place meat on a wire rack over a baking pan along with marinade.
  6. Bake 45 minutes turning and basting frequently with marinade.
  7. Let meat rest for 15 minutes before slicing.
Most Helpful

5 5

OMG! Totally loved this recipe! I used only one tenderloin as it was for just two of us but I didn't reduce the marinade ingredients & we marinated it overnight. The color of the pork is just gorgeous! But on top of that it's extremely moist & tender. It was a little sweeter than we had expected, but that may just be due to only using one tenderloin, & in no way was it any reason to not clean our plates! :) We served it with a vegetable lo mein & forced ourselves to save some of the pork for later. As soon as it was chilled we tried it with Chinese hot mustard & sesame seeds & it was delish! I will proudly serve this recipe at our next party. Thanks for sharing, Debbie! Made for Unrated Asian recipe tag game.

1 5

Terrible! Any sauce evaporated in the oven. Do not even try this recipe. There is nearly no flavor. I could have baked pork in the oven without the marinade and got the same result. Tell me what is Chinese about this? The Soy sauce? I can't even imagine anyone giving this more than 1 star. If I could have given it 0 stars I would. Perhaps the ratings are coming from people who have never tasted real Chinese food and caused Chinese restaurants to dumb down to American tastes. But, whatever, don't mistake this for Chinese cooking. It is not Chinese cooking.