Recipe by workinmama
"This sweet and spicy dish is a flavor explosion with very few ingredients! This recipe was an experiment, and I was very surprised to find the flavor and aroma was very reminiscent of Thai ingredients such as red curry, coconut milk, and lemongrass. The pork will be juicy and flavorful with no need to marinate. Garnish with lime wedges. Enjoy!"
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lime, juiced, or more to taste
canned chipotle pepper in adobo sauce, finely chopped
adobo sauce from chipotle peppers
fresh peach, pitted and thinly sliced
I made this. I am new to cooking. I used a donut peach that I diced. I didn't have chipotle and I don't like using canned food anyway so I diced a hot red pepper not sure what it was but it looks like jalapeño. I put this in a glass 9x13 pan with Yukon potatoes carrots tomatoes and onions on its sides. The result was juicy, tender, and tasty. It was late when I made it and I wasn't that hungry. I cut one of the tenderloins and left the other intact. My mom made tenderloin all the time and I see why because it was easy to make and quick, could of been quicker but I like to take my time when cooking.
It was okay. followed the recipe as directed.
Changed a few things. I let the meat marinate in the honey sauce [ which I changed to a small can of chipotle adobe ( included seeds), 1/4 honey, 1/4 olive oil] for an hour. Coated the pan with butter and then season lightly with Pappies seasoning salt. Also did two peaches so there were extra when serving. Uploaded the photo. Enjoy :)
I made this for my family last night for dinner. I followed the directions as is, except (1) this New Mexico gal did not have any chipotle chiles in adobo sauce! I used 1 TBS of ground dried chipotle instead. And (2) I marinated the tenderloin in the honey sauce for 3 hours before baking it. I thought the sauce was intriguing and was anxious for it to really flavor the entire roast. It did and it was delicious! As stated in the recipe, this roast was very tender and very flavorful. I used one fresh peach, sliced, but next time will use two, as the peaches added such a nice flavor.
My family loved this dish. It will be one of my two go-to pork tenderloin recipes from now on.
Next time I will add that second peach and again marinate the roast for at least 3 hours. I'm also going to try sprinkling chopped fresh cilantro over the finished roast, as it goes well with our red and green chiles.
Delicious. I used a quarter cup of each evoo and honey. I only used half the recommended adobo liquid.
this was amazing. Be careful not to overdo the adobo. I emptied a partial can and might have doubled it. It got pretty hot.
I did double the peaches and do reccomend that.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Spicy Peach Pork Tenderloin
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 188
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