By Crafty Lady 13 on August 07, 2009
Photo by JustJanS
Photo by JustJanS
"Pork tenderloin is lean and juicy when properly cooked but has a fairly mild flavor. Combine it with assertive seasonings like soy, ginger and garlic in a Korean-style marinade, and the results are bold and delicious. Time does not include marinating time."
Serving Size: 1 (217 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"I wanted to make this and kept forgetting to marinate the tenderloin so I took the recipe and tweaked the end result. Smaller pieces don't need to marinate quite so long! I cut the pork tenderloin into 1 inch chunks and marinated them for approximately 20 minutes. Quickly sauteed them in the pan (in two batches) until they were cooked through and served it over jasmine rice with a peanut sauce drizzled over it all. Excellent!"
"The pork cooked up perfectly pink and juicy following your directions. I made 2 servings and decided I wasn't going to buy molasses for that so used golden syrup instead. It seemed to work just fine. I marinated it for 25 hours and was a bit worried we would only taste it (the marinade), but it was remarkably subtle (and VERY flavourful). We ate this over rice with an Asian style salad on the side. Yummmm."
"Excellent! The pork was so moist and juicy. Packed full of yummy flavors. I cut the recipe in half and it worked perfect. I didn't change a thing...well I did use low sodium soy sauce but that's it. I served it with recipe #379616 and recipe #378332 and some leftover rice pilaf. What a yummy dinner. Thanks for posting. Made for "Top Favorite of 2009" tag game. :)"
"Delicious, simply delicious. Very easy to make, with incredible results. The grilled pork was perfectly cooked and the flavor was outstanding. I love the hint of all the different flavors in the pork. A company worthy recipe, which I will be making again. Thanks so much for sharing Crafty."