Good stuff! I had an entire two pound porkloin. I used about 3/4 of it and put the rest in the freezer for some other use. I sliced the rest of the tenderloin into four very thick slices. I seared them, then tossed the minced garlic into the pan for 30 seconds to open up the flavor of the garlic. I put it in the crockpot with the rest of the ingredients including a couple dashes of fish sauce, a tbl of sherry, and LOW SODIUM (very important) Teriyaki. I put it on high for about two and half hours, took the meat out when it was cooked through, and just starting to turn tender to prevent it from turning into pulled pork, I then cut it into chunks, meanwhile whisk in the peanut butter (added one spoonful at a time until I got the desired peanutty taste) and added the sliced bell pepper. The slurry will taste a bit salty, but that will subside as the sauce develops with further cooking. Put the meat back in, and set it on low another two hours, before adding a few chopped green onions and a good amount of fresh cilantro. I love cilantro, and it really lends a nice fresh flavor to a dense dish. Served over Jasmine rice, with snow peas, and cool cucumbers on the side. Would make again!
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Good stuff! I had an entire two pound porkloin. I used about 3/4 of it and put the rest in the...