Sunday, January 1, 2012

Glazed Pork Tenderloin With Pineapple


           A perfect light and not so heavy dinner....Very flavorful and juicy. Something
     magical happens when you pair pork with pineapple. Nom. I hope you all are enjoying
     your New Years! I have so many new recipe to share with you. I look forward to a
     wonderful new year with you.

                                                  Glazed Pork Tenderloin With Pineapple    

        4 slices of fresh pineapple
        3 tablespoons dark hoisin sauce
        2 teaspoons grated peeled, fresh ginger
        1 garlic clove, minced
        1 teaspoon dijon mustard
        1 1/2 pounds pork tenderloin, trimmed
        salt and pepper

        1) Heat broiler .
        2) In a small bowl, combine the hoisin sauce, ginger, garlic and mustard.
        3) Place pork in a baking dish and brush with hoisin mixture and salt & pepper.
        4) Place pork in the broiler about 4 inches from the heat. Place the pineapple
        on a baking sheet in the oven on rack under the pork. Broil the pork until done.
        Serve with Ginger Sauce. Everyday Food.

        2 tablespoons dark hoisin sauce
        2 tablespoons pineapple juice
        2 teaspoons grated peeled ginger
        1 teaspoon soy
        toasted sesame seeds.
        Mix everything in a small bowl and pour on top of pork!

27 comments:

  1. oh Val, anything with pineapple is wonderful in my book!

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  2. Yummo Val!!

    Happy New Year! Marcy :)

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  3. Looks divine Val!!! Love a nice pork tenerloin! Happy NEw Year my friend!!

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  4. Mmmmm another Valsocal recipe for the files! Do you keep the pineapple in there until the pork is done? Sounds heavenly!
    Happy 2012!

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  5. You keep it in there until it lightly browns. I actually put the broiler on for 30 seconds at the very end it give it some extra color.

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  6. my hubby would love me to make this!

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  7. My husband would KILL for this! YUM!

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  8. I'm in love with pineapple....reminds me of Hawaii....I will defintely be giving this a try. Happy new year sweetie!

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  9. my mouth is watering over here!

    I LOVE pineapple mixed with meat.... sooo delicious!

    happy new year, doll!
    xoxoxo

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  10. I think this is what's for dinner tonight! Thanks for sharing! ...

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  11. I totally agree- pineapple just goes with pork! Josh's favorite pizza as of late has been hawaiian! This looks perfect

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  12. Spell inducing pork and the potatoes look perfect!

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  13. Interesting combination I am yet to try! Happy new year!

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  14. That sounds amazing and looks so good!

    P.S. I tried your frozen hot chocolate drink on New Years Eve and absolutely LOVED it!

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  15. Oh yum! I can imagine being somewhere tropical with this recipe! Happy New Year!

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  16. mmm, we love pork tenderloin. sounds great with pineapple! happy new year :)

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  17. Any new and delicious recipe for pork tenderloin is always welcomed in our home! This looks fantastic.

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  18. thats vegan right? ; ) but seriously looks so good you're tempting this vegan!

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  19. Sounds delish! We cook a lot of pork tenderloin around here. When I say we I mean the hubs. Happy New Year!! I hope y'all had a wonderful holiday!!

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  20. mmm, gorgeous! i've made this before too, it's wonderful!

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  21. That looks like the perfect meal for these warm southern California days we are having. Delish!

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  22. you never run out of yummy ideas! this looks great~

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  23. Yum! That sounds so delicious! Love adding the sweetness of fruit to pork dishes! Thanks for sharing.

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  24. Oh my goodness, Val! That looks amazing. Nothing goes better with pork than pineapple.

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  25. You eat like this every night? Amazing!!

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