Main Course: Asian Pork Tenderloin with Rice
I bought a pork tenderloin that comes already seasoned with pepper and garlic. I simply sliced the loin and threw it in the skillet, marinating it in low-sodium soy sauce, rice vinegar, curry powder and some ground ginger. Cook until meat is no longer pink.
|My handy little sauces and spices.|
I added a bag of broccoli florets, which is one of my favorite veggies for stir-fry because the little trees absorb so much flavor. I let everything simmer for a few minutes and then I added a bag of steam and serve white rice. I love these bags of rice because they're the perfect amount for two people and only take about 4 minutes to cook in the microwave!
Side Dish: Poststickers w/Ginger Dipping Sauce
These Poststickers can be tricky to cook. The package has a few different recommended cooking instructions, but I like to do my own thing :)
|Tai Pei brand chicken potstickers from Wal-Mart. Postickers in the pot during the boiling phase.|
I first boil the potstickers in water for about 10 minutes, or until they start to float. This heats up the meat on the inside of the potstickers. I then drain the water and transfer the potstickers to a skillet with a dash of EVOO. I brown the potstickers a bit on each side, tossing them in the skillet frequently so they don't stick. For the ginger dipping sauce, mix a few dashes of ground ginger with soy sauce and wasabi.
You're now ready to eat!
Oh, and P.S.....do you like my bangs???
|This is my "hurry up and take the picture already" face.|