Saturday, September 29, 2007

Pork Teriyaki

approx. 25 minutes - start to finish

1 lb pork tenderloin, cubed
1 /2 lb green beans
Mr. Yoshida's Original Gourmet Sweet & Savory Sauce
2 cups prepared sticky rice (I use the Botan Calrose brand -- white bag with red flower)

Saute the cubed tenderloin in a hot pan with olive oil. Sprinkle tenderloin with garlic salt (Lawry's Garlic salt is my fav) and pepper, turning cubes to cook on all sides. When pork is fully cooked and starts to caramelize, add about a cup of the Yoshida's sauce. Allow pork and sauce to come back to a boil (add more sauce if you think you need it) and then let simmer for about 5 minutes, so that the meat soaks in the sauce a little bit. Add green beans and cook approx. 5 minutes until beans are done. Serve over sticky rice ... or whatever rice you prefer.

This was tonight's dinner, and as always, we loved it! We're all about the Yoshida's over here ... I swear, it could make a shoe taste good! Oh, and kids love it too!
***I'm not sure where all you can find Yoshida's sauce, but I buy mine in the 1/2 gallon size at Sam's Club and it lasts all year.


Julie G. said...

Janette - Yoshida's would make an old sneaker taste good!