Easy Pork Peanut Satay
I was given some delicious gluten-free oriental sauces to try from San J. I like, at times to use sauces like this to make a quick and delicious dinner like this Easy Pork Peanut Satay. So I went about coming up with a recipe that was very easy for a weekday meal.
Something that will have your family coming back for more. I wanted to do a pork satay but sometimes it is tedious to thread all that meat onto skewers. So I omitted that step and just put out some mini skewers at the mealtime if any wanted to use them. Using the skewers is also hard to cook with unless you are barbecuing.
Here is the scrumptious Thai-Style Peanut Sauce I used. You can add a Thai touch to noodle dishes, satay, or to incredibly tasty vegetables, and is an ideal dipping sauce for spring rolls.
A blend of honey, fruit juice, gluten-free Tamari, and spices gives Sweet & Tangy Sauce Polynesian flair. Whether used as a marinade, glaze, or dipping sauce, this delicious combination adds tropical flavor to your favorite dishes.
I also used this sauce in place of plum sauce for spring rolls and in a quick stir fry, fantastic.
This Tamari Sauce is gluten-free soy sauce is milder tasting than regular soy sauce, but richer because it goes through a natural fermentation process, making it a flavourful enhancer for many dishes.
I used it to make a scrumptious pork roast the other day and I got rave reviews!! Tastes exactly like soy sauce to me!!
- 1 pork tenderloin
- Salt and pepper
- Canola oil
- 1 bottle San J Thai-style Peanut Sauce
- Green onions, chopped
- Slice tenderloin into small rectangular pieces about 1 1/2 "x 3".
- Salt and pepper. Fry quickly in a small amount of oil, a Tbsp. per batch.
- Cook 2-3 batches so as not to crowd. Fry just until cooked through.
- Meanwhile heat peanut sauce in a small saucepan.
- Serve the tenderloin with the sauce for dipping and skewers on the side.
- Top with chopped green onion.
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 75Total Fat: 5gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 16mgSodium: 147mgCarbohydrates: 1gFiber: 0gSugar: 1gProtein: 6g
Recipe calculation was provided by Nutritionix and is estimation only. If you need nutritional calculations for medical reasons, please use a source that you trust.
Try some of these sauces, they are $4.99 and available in stores across the country including Nature’s Fare, Whole Foods Market, Choices Market, Planet Organic, Rachel Berry, Bamboo Naturals, Big Carrot Natural Food, Loblaws, and amazon.com
San-J is a brewer of premium Tamari Soy Sauce, naturally brewed with 100% soy and no wheat, using traditional brewing methods that have been passed down for over 200 years. All of San-J’s gluten-free products are certified gluten-free, kosher, and made with all-natural ingredients, and serve up a rich, authentic Asian taste.