Thai pork tenderloin recipe foolproof
I have long believed that, if you want a great recipe, you’re more likely to get it from another home cook than a chef.
Not that chefs aren’t great cooks, of course. It’s just that they’re often not so good at translating their ideas and actions into the written word.
The story behind this recipe is a case in point. Reader Denise Van Herk pointed out that a published pork recipe from a chef was an utter disaster — the chef had inadvertently included enough salt for a dish to serve hundreds in a recipe otherwise scaled down for a family.
Van Herk decided to share her own favourite recipe for pork, perfected over the years. It’s easy to make and foolproof, and clean up is a snap.
Add some sautéed snow peas and roast potatoes or jasmine rice (or coconut ginger rice from a box, Van Herk suggests) and you’ll have a disaster-free meal in minutes.