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Friday, 28 February 2014

PORK TENDERLOIN - CHINESE STYLE

If you're looking for ideas for the weekend, why not try this PORK TENDERLOIN recipe. It's a very economical cut of meat, and goes a long way. Cooking it Chinese style like this gives it a lovely twist. Serve with pak-choi and mash like we did here, or add noodles instead. Very quick and easy to prepare too. 

PORK TENDERLOIN - CHINESE STYLE
CHINESE STYLE PORK TENDERLOIN
Ingredients per person
180g mash 
100g pak choi 
200g pork tenderloin
1 tablespoon Hoisin sauce
1 teaspoon Soy sauce
1/2 teaspoon of Chinese five spice
garlic clove
tsp fresh grated ginger
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Marinate the pork in a mix of: hoi sin sauce, garlic, ginger and soy, over night or at least for couple of hours.

Cook uncovered in the oven at 180ยบ for around 20 minutes.

It will take longer to cook according to the thickness and starting temperature. If you take it straight from the refrigerator, it will take a little longer to cook.

Check the pork is cooked through - do not serve pink. You'll find resting the piece of meat for 5 minutes before slicing will also help keep it moist.

TIP: The MASH was made by baking some large unpeeled potatoes (as if making jacket potatoes) then scooping out the flesh. This makes great mash because it's not water-logged and the flavour is more intense. A similar result can be achieved by microwaving the unpeeled potato. Don't throw away the potato skins either - they can be filled with a little cheese and/or sprinkled with your favourite spice. 
We put ours in a plastic bag and freeze until we're ready to eat them, then spray with a good oil and put them into a hot oven to crisp up.
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