Korean Pork Strips

"Quick and simple dinner for those busy weeknights that we all know and love! Serve over steamed rice for a tasty meal."
 
Korean Pork Strips created by 2Bleu
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35mins
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  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  • Add all ingredients to ziplock bag, shake to mix, and marinate pork for 5 min, or up to 3 hours.
  • Spray 9x13 baking dish with cooking spray, then place pork in dish, pouring marinade over pork.
  • Bake 30-35 minutes.
  • Cut pork into thin slices before serving.
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"My name is Teresa, and I live in Lake Worth, Florida. I've been away from Zaar for a few years now..time sure flew! Lots has changed...some for the better, some not so much. I'm single again, and my cat, Stetson, passed away. Hopefully, I'll be around more and get back into the swing of things..I missed you guys!"
 

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  1. twinmom0
    This was very tender and savory. I marinated it for around 2 hours. I scaled back a little on the onion flakes and added a little extra ginger. Otherwise I mostly followed the marinade recipe. I only wish I had made additional marinade to set aside when we went to eat it. That marinade may have benefited from being a reduction without the sesame seeds. I think I will try that next time.
     
  2. daramjui
    Good
     
  3. hodgemo2
    Delicious! I was searching for a new pork tenderloin recipe (my old standard is good, but getting a bit old) and this is definitely a keeper! I didn't have time to do a long marinade (only about 10 minutes) but it was still wonderful! I look forward to trying this again.
     
  4. jane49423
    A very delicious marinade. We grilled the pork and ate every bite.
     
  5. irisbobbie2004
    We loved this! My son cooked it outside on the grill. I boiled the marinade for several minutes and thickened up with cornstarch. Poured over the pork loin after it was cut up. Had rice and green beans along with it. I think the marinade would be great on chicken, too. Definitely on the make again list!!
     
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