Soy-Marinated Pork Sandwiches

  • daneanp Posted: 05/26/13
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    I served this to my family while guest was over for dinner. I usually don't ginea pig guests with new recipes but it was really good and everyone ate every bite. Serving size was pretty small - I used a pound of meat and made 1 1/2 servings of the marinade. Next time I will double the carrot/cilantro/onion portion, though keep the oil as is. Some of us did add a little low-fat mayo on our buns. Really flavorful dish and easy prep.

  • SDMomChef Posted: 03/25/13
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    This was more of a 3.5 recipe. It was fast and easy and we really enjoyed the carrot mix with the pork - including my middle school age kids. I marinated the pork over night. When I make this again, I will grill the tenderloin. Nice flavors for a different pork sandwich.

  • steponme Posted: 03/30/13
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    Missouri City, TX

    Tasty quick meal. Served the bun for the family and I enjoyed mine without the bun.

  • coravd Posted: 04/03/13
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    Definitely a 5-star recipe for a quick dinner in my house! I used fresh wheat rolls out of the bakery instead of hamburger buns... Don't use hamburger buns when you can class it up! I also added a bit if sesame oil and soy sauce to the vegetables. Delicious!! Served with a simple spinach salad with store-bought sesame ginger dressing.

  • K9andCat Posted: 04/06/13
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    This was more delicious than I expected. My husband and I both loved it! Just the right amount of heat and sweet!!! Most definitely a keeper!

  • Chelseag Posted: 03/18/13
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    Great recipe for a weeknight. Barely any prep time and cooks in minutes. My husband and I loved it. We are gluten free, so we eliminated the bun and ate it out of a bowl. Yum!!

  • daisy1821 Posted: 04/26/13
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    Really yummy! I froze my pork tenderloin for about 45 mins prior to slicing and got super thin slices. I also grilled the pork (unfortunately losing some through the grate but thats an easy fix). The flavors were outstanding, I made it gluten-free by using tamari and our GF guest had it on a GF bun and we had great bakery whole wheat buns. My only complaint was that I found it a little dry (pork was not overcooked but the combo of the dry bun, the meat and the not overly moist slaw made it a little dry on my palate). The men used sriracha and us girls used some sweet thai chili sauce and it made the world of difference! I think next time I may throw together a little sriracha mayonnaise to dress the bread. Will be making again for sure!

  • marciginger Posted: 07/23/13
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    My kids love this sandwich and this is my second time making it. Fun for week night dinners.


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