…ASIA STYLE, EUROPEAN WAY
Improvisation. How to combine noodles with pork tenderloin? Well, soy sauce and wok need to be considered, right? Here is how I made Saturday lunch combining different ingredients and cuisines. Result was delicious.
First step was preparing the meat. Pork tenderloin sliced at 1 inch thick pieces and place them in sealable plastic bag. Added soy sauce and Rotisseur mustard, sealed the bag and mix everything together. Left overnight to marinade.
For “sauce” I used fresh carrots, zucchinis, tomatoes, onions and garlic, sliced on thin and long slices. Saute onion and garlic on sesame oil, added vegetables for additional 12-15 minutes with soy sauce, apple vinegar and honey. For base I used wheat noodles, you can use your favorite pasta, rice noodles etc.
Find details, ingredients and more photos below. Don’t forget to leave your comment and how you did it! Enjoy.
- MEAT (AND MARINADE)
700g of pork tenderloin
2 tbsp of Rotessieur mustard
3 tbsp of soy sauce
120g of onions
3 cloves of garlic
120g of fresh (and young) carrots
250g of zucchinis
3 tbsp of seasame oil
4 tbsp of soy sauce
2 tbsp of apple vinegar
2 tbsp of honey
160g of wheat noodles (not cooked)
- Slice pork tenderloin at 1 inch thick chops and place them in sealable plastic bag. Gently press pork chops with your fingers to make them a little bit thinner. Add soy sauce and Rotisseur mustard, seal the bag and mix everything together. Leave overnight to marinade.
- Sliced fresh carrots, zucchinis, tomatoes, onions and garlic on thin and long slices.
- Saute onion and garlic on sesame oil in wok for 2-3 minutes.
- Add vegetables, soy sauce, apple vinegar and honey and simmer foradditional 12-15 minutes. How long you will simmer it depends what you want to achive. If you like more crunhiness then you will simmer it for few minutes. If you like more intense and reduced sauce you will simmer it for longer period.
- Prepare your pasta as per instructions on packaging. For wheat noodles you need to boil water, turn off the heat and leave noodles for 4 minutes to cook. After 4 minutes, drain noodles and they are ready for serving.