If you’re looking for the perfect easy no fuss delicious Sunday dinner, look no further than my Asian Pork Tenderloin.
Five minute prep time, one pot cooking, and full of tasty flavor.
I am going to give you multiple cooking methods with the same delicious results!
Like most families my home is no different when it comes to creating Sunday dinner.
Often we can never decide on what to cook and I always pull out my trusty pork tenderloin.
First, I keep my tenderloins on standby in the freezer.
You can coat the tenderloin in my spice rub and wrap tightly in saran wrap then place it inside of a freezer bag and this baby will be ready to roast after defrosting overnight in the refrigerator.
Secondly, in a rush why not turn this into a Crock Pot meal and cook on high for about 4 1/2 hours.
Don’t forget you can thicken the gravy with a little cornstarch if you use the slow cooker method.
Lastly, why not smoke this baby if you own a smoker!
225F for about 3 hours and don’t forget to baste with broth/soy mixture and you’ve created a smokey masterpiece.
Today, I decided on the oven roasted method which is always a big hit with my family.
This is one easy meal and I use leftover roast to create some of the best sandwiches around.