This recipe was perfect! I believe you should follow a recipe before you decide to change it. You can tweak it the next time around. I did fear this would have a heavy tomato taste and it did not at all. I followed it, loved it and when I made it again, I "changed" it, added another garlic clove, nothing more. I'm making it again tonight for chicken. Leftover pork is always horrible reheated in any way. This recipe will save a lot of pork from being thrown out as tasteless left-overs. This sauce is a keeper, exactly the way it is presented. I use Knorr chicken bullion only. It's soft enough to press into a measuring spoon. I use a garlic press for most recipes. Add garlic for several seconds before adding liquid. No chance in it burning that way. If you don't follow the recipe exactly, you will never know how good this tastes.
We really enjoyed this. I used canned Italian spiced tomatoes. I had leftover pork tenderloin kabobs and some leftover grilled veggies. I used chicken broth instead of a boullion cube and wine. Before throwing in the pork and grilled vegetables, I added a couple of handfuls of uncooked no-yolk egg noodles, with some additional broth to compensate for the noodles. When the noodles were almost tender I added the pork and veggies and cooked until warmed through. Tasty one pot meal.
Love this recipe! What a great way to use any leftover meat. I made a few changes: omitted the butter and halved the boullion (I didn't have a low sodium option); added some yellow pepper slices, red pepper flakes, and ended with some chopped green onions. Was mainly trying to use things in the refrigerator. I also took her advice & used a can of diced tomatoes instead of the sauce (as we love tomatoes!) I added a teaspoon of tomato paste. What a delicious meal! I just had the leftovers for lunch today. Yummo.
I made this for my picky eater he ate 2nds I added some pasta omitted the rice this was a big hit I will be making this again thank you so much for posting
This recipe looks very easy to make and should be delicious. I plan to make it tonight. Just one thing...I believe the garlic clove should be minced and sauteed along with the onion. Where's the garlic?!!!!
My whole family enjoyed this meal even my 10 year old daughter. Bonus-useing leftovers = saving money! :-D It adds up.
Over the weekend I grilled a huge pork tenderloin. I seasoned it very simply because I knew I would want to transform it some during the week. I made this last night; the only change was to add some Italian seasonings. Yum! Will be making this again the next time I have leftover pork!
Gross...not good, tasted contrived, did not blend well at all. Wasted some really good leftovers!
This was great! It was so easy and very tasty! At first the family looked at it like - oh no what is this, but after they had a bite decided it was terrific. Thank you.
I could not believe how delicious this was. Because I didn't have all the ingredients, I had to add red wine instead of white. Doubled the recipe: added 8oz tomato sauce and about 3/4 cup white and 1/2 cup chicken broth. Also chopped some carrot - I think mushrooms would be good too. Great way to use leftover pork.