This was very good! DH gave it 5 but I say four simply because it was a bit too salty for me. Otherwise it was an easy fun meal. The time was a bit off, I had to grill about 10 mn. longer. Thanks for sharing! Made for ZWT9
Made this tonight for dinner. Marinated for about 2 hours and meat turned out pretty good. Sauce was a little peanut butter rich for my family though. We had it cut into strips with the peanut sauce on the side, served with my wife's Thai soup with chicken. I gave it 3 stars because I could have marinated longer and served with a drizzle of the sauce, or mixed it with a noodle broccoli mix. In other words, for our pallet it could be tweaked for sure. Peanut sauce is a bit heavy if done as instructed. I like to be exact on the first attempt to make an honest review.
This was absolutely FANTASTIC! We would cut back on the coriander a little, but other than that it was delicious! The kids liked it, the adults loved it! We didn't have much marinating time, but I imagine the longer you can marinate, the better it will be. And it was REALLY good with only 10 minutes of marinating! Thank you!
This recipe was delicious! We loved the peanut sauce. It was a perfect compliment to the grilled pork. This is really easy to make. I served with a side of cauliflower. I am putting this into my keeper file as we will definitely make this again. Thanks!
just a side note- this recipe is also featured in summer 2008 best of fine cooking/grilling mag. i plan to try it tonite.
This was really good! I don't have a grill so I thinly sliced the tenderloin and marinaded the meat overnight. I then put the meat and the marinade in a saucepan and simmered until the meat was heated through. I served with steamed broccoli and over jasmine rice.
We loved this easy-to-make, versatile and flavoursome recipe. I made half a batch using pork strips. I stirred the marinade through the strips and let them sit in the fridge for a few hours. When it came time for dinner, I prepared 270 grams of udon noodles (according to package direction), and set them aside. I then stir-fried 2 cups of broccoli florets and four sliced shallots in 2 teaspoons of peanut oil, and set them aside. I then stir-fried the pork strips for a few minutes. To finish everything off, I added the excess marinade, about 1/4 cup of water and all the other ingredients to the pork strips, and stirred well until heated through. Voila, a complete meal that was so fast and so delicious. Made for the Asian Peanut Sauce Tag Game.