Slow Roasted Honey Glazed Pork
Pork Tenderloin and Orange-Glazed Carrots
[link href="http://dailywd.womansday.com/.a/6a00d83452f37b69e201156fe2faf6970c-pi" style="float:right;" link_updater_label="external" target="_blank"]The plan centers on a package of two pork tenderloins in the freezer. I will take those two tenderloins and make 4 meals out of it; after the initial meal, dinner will be a breeze. Even this first dinner, pork tenderloin with glazed carrot coins and quinoa, was an easy weeknight supper. My parents were eating with us so I adjusted things for my dad's dietary restrictions and got raves from everyone.
I also made a savory apricot sauce to dress the pork. In an ideal world you'd wait until the tenderloins were cooked, then make the sauce in the pan that the meat cooked in to incorporate all the browned bits, but I wanted something faster. So while the pork roasted I minced a bit of red onion and cooked it in some oil, then I added peeled sliced ginger and garlic. I gave those a couple of minutes and then added apricot jam, which I thinned with some water. That simmered over low, low heat while I finished the rest of the meal.
I started cooking by cutting some carrots into coins and starting them simmering in water to cover; then I turned to the pork. I cooked it in my big cast-iron skillet. I heated the skillet on the stovetop over medium heat, seasoned the meat with salt and pepper and browned it for a couple minutes on 2 sides. Then I put the tenderloins in a 425-degree oven for about 25 minutes (the pork should reach an internal temperature of 155 degrees). Then I made the sauce I described above. Once the carrots were tender, I drained the extra water and added ginger slices, ½ tablespoon butter and orange juice. Simmered a bit more until the carrots were good and glazed (traditionally you'd add brown sugar, too, but I was accommodating diets).
I also made some quinoa according to the package directions. Below, the recipe I used as a guideline for making the pork. I'm also linking to a roast chicken recipe because it would work equally well for my 1-night-of-cooking-4-meals plan.
Video: Orange Glazed Pork Tenderloin Recipe ~ Noreen's Kitchen
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