I made this for four people so I only used one pork tenderloin. I used the full amount of sauce called for and it was delicious with one pound of pork. I also used 3 packages of ramen noodles - about 10 oz. uncooked. This is one of our new favorites.
Chinese Pork Tenderloin with Garlic-Sauced Noodles
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cduffy370 Posted: 01/19/13
Ashcooks Posted: 11/24/12Orlando, FL
I was really looking forward to this dish. Unfortunately when it was all said and done I was so disappointed. The pork was infused with some flavor but by the time I added the noodles, carrots, green onion, etc. there wasnt enough sauce to flavor the rest of the dish. I would also recommend cooking the pork longer, as it wasnt tender enough to really shred. The end result was very bland. I don't think I will make it again but if someone wants to try it I would recommend doubling the sauce and adding red pepper flakes.
SDMomChef Posted: 03/20/13
This was really flavorful and a nice twist on a slow cooker recipe. My son said that this should be a regular in the rotation. It also would be a good base if you wanted to try to make the sauce spicier or add more vegetables. We will definitely make again.
jakeajmom Posted: 02/01/13
Our entire family loved this recipe. First time was a little bland, but made a second quick batch of sauce and that fixed it. Next time, though, I halved the noodles and tossed in a "steam in the bag" bag of broccoli stir fry mix. It is a regular in our weekly rotation.
Renee413 Posted: 11/29/12
I am the 2nd to review this dish. Thankfully I was able to read the review of another person prior to making. I really increased the sauce.. basically doubled it (though I admit to not measuring). I like hoisin so wasn't shy about using it. I also used a lot less noodles, cooking them in boiling water instead of in the crock. My entire family liked the recipe. The peanuts and lime were nice touches.