Very good and easy. Pork was tender and yummy. I substituted sweet onions for the peppers and served it with brown rice sprinkled with chopped scallions. Also had cucumber and onions in rice wine vinegar. Will probably make this again. I am a little surprised that the recipe calls for the marinade to be reserved and used during cooking. It is generally best to reserve a bit of marinade that has not been in contact with the meat to prevent food borne illness.
tfoodie Posted: 05/07/09
No Longer Registered Posted: 08/24/10
My husband loves the combination of meat and fruit so this was a huge hit. It was a lovely combination of savory and sweet!
mrshartzell Posted: 08/31/11
This was very easy and tasty. The hubby says he hates soy sauce, so I'm always a little bit leary about recipes that use it. But this turned out great and the whole family seemed to like it. Will use this recipe again before grilling season is over.
aspen8807 Posted: 07/23/14
Great recipe! I used pork chop instead of tenderloin and cooked on the stove top instead of the grill. It was super tender and very tasty! Served with coconut rice and a little Sriracha... Will definitely be in the dinner rotation!