Recipe by adrienne duval
"This Thai-inspired dish is simple enough to cook for a weeknight, yet elegant enough to serve for a dinner party."
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red pepper flakes
chopped fresh cilantro
minced fresh ginger root
2 (1 pound)
Awesome! I used boneless skinless chicken breast and thigh meat (what I had on hand) and I also added sliced orange and red sweet peppers to add some color and crunch and then served everything over thin noodles YUM
Hmmm...everyone else that reviewed thought this was really good except for me and my family. None of us liked it very much with the main complaint being that you could taste the peanut butter too much. Perhaps the brand I used was too strong? Not sure but it basically tasted like spiced up peanut butter that was heated and poured over pork.
Really enjoyed everything about this recipe. Only thing I did differently was thicken the sauce with a little bit of a cornstarch slurry. I'd recommend that you double the marinade because the sauce is so good, you'll want more!----UPDATE 6.17.13------Here's another reason to make enough for leftovers. I always make extra marinade for extra sauce. I had some leftover pork from a dinner two days ago, so I heated the leftover marinade, shredded the leftover pork, and added it to the marinade, warming briefly. Use this as a filling for a flour tortilla burrito, topping with shredded cabbage and carrots, and fold up burrito style. My husband loved this!!
FABULOUS! I've never written a review before but I search and research this recipe over and over. Don't forget to keep the marinade to simmer in pot and add as sauce when serving. The perfect balance of citrus, cilantro, garlic and ginger!!! Culinary worthy!!
Very good! I used a chili-garlic sauce in place of the red pepper flakes (but still added some garlic, too!) Paired it with cooconuct rice and a vegetarian green curry dish ... mmm! The sauce over the sliced pork is divine!
This is the very best pork tenderloin recipe I have ever tried. We had guests for dinner and everyone raved! Definitely a keeper.
Very very good. We only used one tenderloin but kept the same measurements for sauce. Very tasty and complex. Sauce is good over rice too. Thanks!!
OMG so good. The combination of the sauce ingredients is perfect and we could almost taste a hint of everything. I only marinated for about 2 hours but will do overnight next time - definitely will be making this again! I will also increase the sauce, which I thickened just slightly with a little corn starch, probably will double it. Served with steamed rice and green beans and the sauce is awesome on everything. Another keeper!
Ended up making this again tonight (2 nights in a row) but with chicken - great either way!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Thai Quivering Tenderloins
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 58
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