On my blog I tend to post a lot of dessert and snack recipes (#becausechocolate ) but I do want to incorporate more main dishes for you all to try. When a sweet, sweet friend shared her Teriyaki Pork recipe with me a few weeks ago it was so dang good I couldn’t wait to tweak it just a little to make it “clean” and share it with you all!
We buy the 4 pack of small pork tenderloins from Costco and then I just split them up and freeze them individually. One of these is the perfect size for our family of four although there is plenty of marinade to do a larger roast. Both times I’ve made this recipe I’ve literally taken the frozen tenderloin out at 9am, mixed up the marinade, added it to the freezer bag and placed it all in cold water or the fridge until 11am when I popped it in the oven for an hour and both times its come out SO tender!
Equal parts bold + savoury. Pair this with your favourite rice/pasta/potato side or serve it over steamed/roasted veggies for a carb-less meal that's to die for!
- 1/3 cup soya sauce
- 2 tbsp olive oil
- 2 garlic cloves minced
- 1 tbsp maple syrup
- 1 tsp ground ginger
- 1 tsp pepper
- 1 pork tenderloin
Mix first 6 ingredients and pour over the pork tenderloin. Marinade in the fridge at least an hour.
Preheat oven to 350F.
Remove tenderloin from the marinade (reserve remaining marinade) and place in a roasting pan/dish and bake covered for 30 mins.
Pour the remaining marinade over the tenderloin and continue baking, uncovered for 30 mins or until meat is cooked through.
Serve and enjoy!
While meat is cooking for the final 30 minutes you can continually base the roast with the extra marinade for even more flavour.
If you plan to serve the remaining marinade with the roast I always recommend boiling the liquid first just to be safe.
Super simple + super tasty is a win in this mama’s book! Let me know what you think, tag me on your social media if you try any of my recipes and as always share this with anyone who would love it!