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10-Minute Hoisin-Glazed Pork Loin
"It’s so easy to get stuck in a dinnertime rut. Not that there’s anything wrong with repeatedly making your family’s favorite meals, but I often hear that you’re bored with the basics and ready for a change. However, just because you want to try something new doesn’t mean that you’re ready to tackle something difficult. This Hoisin-Glazed Pork Loin is an affordable, healthy, and easy dinner that only requires 10 minutes of prep. It’s the perfect quick-fix meal to shake up your weeknight routine!"
Preparation Time10 min
Cooking Time30 min
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Dec 19, 2017
Blair Lonergan again! How awesome, I should've known that a yummy recipe like was one of hers. I will look at anything that takes 10 minutes to make. We love pork loin in our house. We also love Asian cooking so I think this is going to go down well.
Sep 05, 2017
This Hoisin Glazed Pork Loin recipe. is an easy week night meal with a Sunday dinner feel. Ad some broccoli florets, diced carrots, and small quartered red potatoes to the pan, and your good to go. The lime zest and juice adds just a hint of citrus to the flavors that is just perfect. Don't hesitate to make this recipe, yo will love it.
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Mar 30, 2017
This is such a great main dish recipe for a busy week night, and is worth checking out if only for the hoisin glaze. You could use this glaze for grilling or broiling practically any kind of meat, or even tofu. Ham steaks or chicken breasts would be wonderful on the grill. The sweetness of the honey and hoisin goes great with the fresh bright flavor of the lime juice, and gives it a nice caramelization.
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