Yield: Yields about 1/3 cup.
I like to pair this tangy sauce with rosemary-orange–glazed Pork Tenderloin.
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This is a wonderful sauce for grilled pork. Very quick and easy. Key is to add the meat juices after slicing. This cuts the sweetness and provides the right amount to savory. My husband said he'd drink it straight out of a shot glass it was so good!!
Good sauce with pork, I have also substituted fresh thyme for the rosemary and used it with beets and with carrots. It is quick for a tasty finish!
Very sweet sauce.
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